The debate on Stupefying Ordeals famously known as Mchele Gang has been making the headlines for the past few weeks after a major expose by the Directorate Of Criminal Investigations.
Mugota was allegedly the head of a Notorious Criminal Syndicate that used young girls to drug revelers before Robbing them of their valuables in Nairobi's nightclubs.
Some of Mugota's victims revealed that the man has been arrested several times but has always found his way around the Judicial System through bribing the officers.
A victim of the stupefying gang has told a local daily how he lost Ksh 600K after he was drugged by a lady. The matter was reported at Kasarani Police Station but no action was taken with the victim taking rounds. According to the report, there is a feeling that the Kasarani officers might be working with the stupefying agents by protecting them whenever they are arrested and charged.
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