A man who reportedly shot two police officers and a lady at Quiver lounge along Thika thika super highway has finally broken silence.
Dickson Njanja Mararo, the suspect is reported to have vanished into thin air after committing the heinous act.
With his lawyer, Njanja has reported to the DCI offices in Nairobi where he recorded a statement in regards to the incident.
Accompanied by his lawyer Cliff Ombeta, The young man has disclosed why he shot at the police officers.
As reported by CitizenTVKe, Njanja drew his pistol after a heated altercation with the two cops who were trying to snatch his girlfriend away.
In a video uploaded by the same station, Njanja was seen drawing his pistol and mercilessly shooting two cops and a lady at the scene.
The two officers were rushed to the hospital where one was referred to Kenyatta National Hospital in a critical condition.
The young lady is reported to gace also sustained some seriously injuries in her abdomen and she is also in critical condition.
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