The President of the Republic of Kenya Uhuru Mwigai Kenyatta has ordered top security officials to establish how Benson Njiru, 23, and his brother, 19-year-old Emmanuel Mutura, met their deaths while in police custody.
The two brothers died under confusing circumstances while in police custody after being arrested on Sunday 1st August 2021 on allegations of flouting curfew hours.
The bodies of Benson and Emmanuel were found at the Embu General Mortuary on Tuesday, August 3.
According to the results of an autopsy performed on the bodiesof the deceased, the two died from multiple injuries arising from blunt force trauma.
Investigations are ongoing to establish how the two brothers and who is responsible for their death and the reasons behind the killings.
The two who were University students, have seen students from all parts of the country meeting at their ancestral home to condole with their family and demand justice.
Some Independent bodies are also probing the matter. Independent police oversight Authority (IPOA) has also commenced it's investigation too.
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