There are various police personnel in the country that are tasked to protect all Kenyans. Unfortunately, some police personnel have been accused of kidnapping and murdering innocent Kenyans and foreigners. These cases should be prosecuted, and families who have lost loved ones to police personnel should be compensated.
According to the source, new information concerning the location where the two Indians were abducted by the assassins has recently emerged. According to the most recent report shared by a well-known source this hour, when Kidwai's wife arrived at the location where the car was abandoned, she discovered that the car his husband and his colleague were traveling in was intercepted by the kidnappers while in motion, and there were skid marks on the road. Furthermore, the two Indians were later discovered dead in the forest and are thought to have been slain by police officers.
These cases of killings should be condemned and the said suspects should be jailed so as to reduce more incidences.
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