Police Spokesperson Charles Owino
The story of the four Kitengela friends who were abducted and probably murdered in cold blood has been trending for some days now. With some families still tasking the police to help find their kinsmen, there has been a little laxity in the cases. It is alleged that the four; Imbai, Jack, Oboung and Ochieng lived a lavish lifestyle while drinking and driving big machines in Kilimani Nairobi.
Photo courtesy; Murdered Kitengela Friends
But as the search continues, police have now revealed shocking details about the activities of the four. Through the standard newspaper, it has been established that the quartet were behind the most recent killings in Mombasa Changamwe and they were being trailed since then. Others had impending court cases of robbery, rape and killings within the city.
These current revelations puts an end to what the public has been asking the police to explain what could have happened. Equally it shows clearly that the four were on police ruder for a long time and possibly their day had reached. May justice always prevail to both parties concerned and may the truth one day be known to Kenyans.
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