Suleiman Mayanja was on the run after he allegedly committed a macabre killing of a 25-year-old woman in Nyali, Mombasa. The Director of Criminal Investigations (DCI) had earlier today, October 4 stated that the Ugandan man was suspected of pushing the woman off the balcony of his bedroom at the storey house.
However, Mayanja was unable to escape DCI commandos dragnet after he was nabbed at Nyali Cinemax, where he was hiding after committing the heinous act. Mayanja had earlier sent a runner to go pick his belongings at a hotel room he had booked on September 30.
The runner was seized and after a few minutes of interrogation, he was bundled in a police van that sped of to where Mayanja was hiding. That was where the suspect was pounced on before being escorted to the nearest police station.
DCI also found out the two had known each other a day earlier at a popular joint where they made merry before taking some drinks. It was only the second time that the two met before the killing happened.
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