The man who was shot in broad daylight at Mirema in Kasarani has been making headlines for some days now. It has been revealed by the Directorate of Criminal Investigation that Samuel Muvota lived a secretive thug life. That until his death, he had made more enemies than friends. It is also believed that he was set up to the killers by a lady.
According to DCI Facebook page, Muvota has been conducting criminal activities for a long time now. That he was involved in drugging tycoons through his employers who were beautiful ladies. He also used to swap ATM cards for customers and withdraw a lot of money if any. That he was in touch with some crooked bank workers and police people and even if he was arrested, he was released very quick.
That he could pretend to be helping people to use the ATM machines then swap their cards and get their pin. He once conned a woman in Kayole a loan and the woman collapsed and died. He also lived a poshy life with several real estate property and cars. He had seven wives and non of them knew what he was doing for a living.
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