Leah Mwenja, together with other ladies, thought they had hit a jackpot after they managed to lace drinks belonging to senior county officials working at the physical planning department in Kisumu together with an MCA. She however took the drink unknowingly and was found lying unconsciously along with the three men.
According to the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI), the women and the three men had booked themselves for a working holiday at Shikara Apartment in Nyali. They later decided to enjoy some drinks at a popular Masai beach restaurant where the incident took place.
At 3 am, they moved back to their rooms where they were later found unconscious with other County employees who had gone to look for them. In the house was the three county officials together with 31-year-old Leah Mwenja.
“They left with the county officials’ laptops, mobile phones and other undisclosed valuables. Detectives based at Nyali police station are interrogating Mwenja on the whereabouts of her accomplices, in a bid to recover the valuables stolen from the county officials,” a tweet from DCI read.
Mwenja is in police custody to help with the investigations.
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