Taking to a popular Facebook group dealing with crime in Nairobi, Nairobi Cop Killer Blackest Window has send his condolences to the family of the three watchmen who were killed at Kivaivya High school in Kakamega county, promising to look into the matter and bring out those involved.
He added that those gangsters involved in the extrajudicial killing are well known in Navuyhole and Kaburengu area including police. He further stated that these gangsters are notorious for house breaking, and murder taking place on daily basis and as early as 6:00 pm in the evening.
To his inquest is that Matete Police Station located in that area is just approximately 250 metres from the school where the three were killed.
He has taken to local authority and politicians in the area asking them if that incident was something good promising to bring down those involved.
During that incident one of the watchmen was seriously injured and he is currently admitted in hospital.
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