Police in Nairobi are still trying to unravel the mystery surrounding the death of Standard Group journalist Moses Omusolo.
The body of the Business writer was found inside an open trench along Kangundo Road in Kayole on Wednesday night.
DCI detectives have obtained a CCTV footage from a building close to where Omusolo’s body was found.
According to the footage, one of the vehicles (Nissan matatu that did not have a yellow line) was spotted at the scene at around 11.30pm and was stationery for about 15 minutes before driving off.
A grey Mazda Demio was also spotted at the scene for about five minutes after 11.30pm on Wednesady night.
On the fateful night, Omusolo left the fiancée's house in Komarock at around 10pm.
A phone data analysis has indicated that Omusolo spoke to a relative after leaving fiancée's house.
He was heading to the relative's home near Mama Lucy Kibaki Hospital to brief him (the relative) on the final plans of the wedding. He also intended to spend the night at his home.
Omusolo had attended a meeting at the fiancée's home to plan for his upcoming wedding.
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