The shooting saga at the Mirema drive has taken yet another twist after new details emerged about the suspect who was arrested by the Directorate of Criminal Investigations after he surrendered.
In a fresh turn of events, the Directorate of Criminal Investigations has now changed tune about Dennis Karani Gachoki by claiming he was not the assailant who shot Samuel Muvota and killed him on the spot.
New details provided by the DCI indicate that Dennis was not the mastermind but the driver who was behind the wheels of the getaway vehicle that drove away after the shooting had been executed.
While appearing at the Milimani Magistrate Court, the DCI said that Karani may not have pulled the trigger but he aided and abetted a crime by driving the getaway vehicle.
Moreover, the officer claimed that Karani was still in possession of the firearm which was well hidden and asked the court to allow police hold him for longer as they attempt to recover the murder weapon.
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