DCI has revealed that the man is armed and dangerous and is suspected to be in possesion of a firearm that was stolen from a police officer in Mombasa ,November 2020.Directorate of Criminal Investigations informs members of the public that Dennis Karani Gachoki is dangerous and appeals for any information regarding his whereabouts The information can be shared to Fichua kwa DCI, call toll free Hotline 0800 722 203 to report anonymously. Usiogope!'" width="509" height="720"/>
DCI have revealed that is has been hard capturing the suspect because it is believed he is being tipped by rogue police officers.
Intelligence gathered by the DCI show that Gachoki had fallen out with is boss Mugoh over sharing of proceeds from their Pishori trade, this among other disagreements may have led to a bitter fall out leading to Monday's daylight murder of Samuel Muvota, who has left behind seven widows who claim they didn't know what kind of work he was doing.
DCI believe the suspect has already fled the country but they have promised Kenyans that he will brought to books.
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