Detectives from the Internal Affairs Unit (IAU) have arrested four more officers from the disbanded Special Service Unit (SSU) squad on Wednesday, November 30.
According to insiders within the IAU, the four officers were detained at Capital Hill Police Station in Nairobi County, and will be taken to court on Thursday, December 1.
Reports also suggest that two senior officers from the DCI headquarters, are suspected to have been directly involved with SSU activities recorded statements about the inner workings of the disbanded unit, and the disappearance of two individuals with Indian origin along with their driver.
Meanwhile, the number of the officers arrested from the disbanded SSU unit has risen to 12, as more other officers were arrested before, and they are all suspected to be linked with the extra-judicial killings that were happening in the country before President William Ruto took office.
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