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"They Have Been Releasing Thugs After Arrest" Fresh Details On The Thugs Killing Women In Nakuru

The three MPs were asked to appear before the Directorate of Criminal Investigations office in Nakuru for interrogation regarding the case, Rift Valley Regional Commissioner Maalim Mohamed yesterday said.

In response to Mr. Ngunjiri's public assertion that a group of youths had been transported from Nairobi to Nakuru to terrorize certain individuals during the elections, Mr. Maalim stated Mr. Ngunjiri is expected to produce further information regarding the gang.

He claimed that the MP later showed up at the County Commissioner's office and claimed to have information on the criminal groups in Nakuru. "We want him to provide further information about the gang he is referring to. Although we do not label them as suspects, Mr. Maalim urged them to divulge any information that could help with the inquiry.

According to Mr. Maalim, Mr. Arama and Mr. Gikaria, along with his son, have been wrongfully accused of helping to fund and defend the gang.

Police sources further disclosed that the MPs had been releasing gang members after arrest.

The two were questioned for hours before being freed when they appeared before the regional DCI headquarters yesterday morning.

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Directorate of Criminal Investigations Gikaria Nakuru Ngunjiri Rift Valley


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