Photo: DCI Director Mohamed Amin
The Directorate of Criminal Investigation has revealed that a former senator from one of the coastal counties was left nursing serious injuries after a mugging incident.The senator was accosted by thugs in the CBD of Nairobi while walking to his humble abode in Ngara at 9 P.M.
"A former Senator is nursing serious injuries after he was attacked by thugs at the Globe Cinema roundabout last night.The former legislator who represented a coastal county between 2017-2022 wasaccosted by muggers at around 9pm," read the notification of DCI on the twitter handle.
The senator had allegedly gone to buy a shirt and was on his way back to his rented room in Ngara.The thugs assaulted him before they took away his mobile phones and important valuables and scampered towards Nairobi river.
Police officers based in Parklands who were on patrol came to his rescue and took him to the Aga Khan hospital after spotting him badly injured.
The incident has left some questioning who the senator might be.Here are some reactions;
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