Directorate of criminal investigations (DCI) has revealed the main suspect in the Mirema, kasarani killing, detectives are hunting for one Dennis Karani Gachoki, a man alleged to be behind the daylight murder of Samuel Mugoh Muvota.
"Should you have any information that may lead to the arrest of Gachoki do not hesitate to contact us on #FichuakwaDCI or 0800722203" reads an excerpt from DCI Facebook page post.
According to the DCI, while on the run, Gachoki is armed and dangerous, he is suspected to be in possession of a firearm snatched from a stupefied officer who was on a drinking spree in Mombasa in the year 2020.
Further, the DCI lamented botched attempts of arrests. Since some rogue officers are in constant communication, giving him tip offs to slow down the arrest missions.
It has been established that Gachoki and his slain boss muvota fell out over sharing of proceeds from their pishori trade and beautiful women who would offer sex to be recruited into Mafia-style organization.
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