The DCI perceived hit squad that was dubbed the special service unit (SSU) which is a group that was put together by former DCI boss George Kinoti, who is now working in the public service, continues to find itself in the limelight in the last couple of weeks.
This follows widespread reports confirmed by president William Ruto during Mashujaa day celebrations that officers from the squad were involved in a series of extrajudicial killings and dissapearence of suspects in various parts of the country.
And now, a senior detective who was involved in the interrogation of four out of the 21 officers from the disbanded Special service unit has disclosed the threats the officers made to their fellow officers from the SSU unit.
Four SSU officers who were the first to be arrested threatened their colleagues that they would spill the beans and expose their (SSU's) secrets if they failed to come to their rescue.
"We are aware that the four have asked the 17 others to assist them in this matter or else they will share more secrets on the operations of the group,” the detective said.
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