Unmasking the faces of six out of around 50 women, DCI revealed that the said wen had ran to their different rural areas to take over as determined detectives have launched a manhunt for them.
The women who are said to have been hired by Mugoh, could walk into popular clubs in Nairobi where they could befriend unsuspecting men as they made Merry.
Knowing their mission, the women could spike the already drunk men with drugs popularly known as "Mchele" before they could Rob them off the valuables.
Mugo is said to be the leader of the syndicate that has left many men crying after loosing huge money and other valuable goods.
In the incident that left residents of Mirema shocked, Mugoh was gunned down after being sprayed with six bullets by a man who is believed to be his gang member.
Mugo had just dropped his wife and daughter from school before a white premio blocked his way and a man walked out shooting him four times before coming back and shooting him two more times.
DCI investigating the incident believes that Mugo was killed after a deal went wrong forcing one of his women to sell him out.
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