Police officers have arrested a murder suspect who is accused of stabbing his 21 year old friend on the neck after a short argument.
According to a report issued by the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI), the murder suspect who has been identified as Daniel Waithera, 25, instantly killed his friend identified as Michael Mukami by stabbing him on the neck. This was after the two were involved in a disagreement over who was to pay for fare after a boda boda ride.
The motorbike rider identified as Stephen Mwango had picked the two friends at 5:30am at Gikambura Market in Kikuyu, Kiambu. Upon arrival at their destination, an argument ensued between the two passengers over who was to pay fare.
The suspect is reported to have dashed into his house, picked a knife which he used to stab his friend on the neck killing him instantly. Daniel Waithera, the murder suspect flew leaving his friend to die. The shocked motorbike rider alerted the police based at Kikuyu Police station who immediately launched a manhunt for the suspect on the run.
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