The internal affairs unit of the Directorate of Criminal Investigations Department has widened its dragnet on senior government police officers believed to have had a hand in the disappearance of two Indians linked to Ruto's campaign team and their driver.
The Internal Affairs Unit that is carrying out the investigations has now linked a senior National Intelligence Service officer and a Kenya Wildlife Service officer to the unsolved abduction.
According to reports, the officers were supposed to be arrested on Wednesday and arraigned in court yesterday. Officers from the IAU send orders to commanders to whom the mentioned officers report to asking them to inform their juniors to report to the DCI offices along Kiambu.
Despite receiving the orders, the two officers have allegedly gone underground / on the run. Though the NIS Officer is said to have recorded his statement denying involvement, he was not available for arrest yesterday nor on Wednesday.
As the hunt for the two officers continue, the case is still far from over. Nine SSU officers have been released from custody pending collection and testing of their DNA samples.
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