Reminiscing the incidence, Mugo revealed she was kidnapped by four armed men alongside her driver and other occupants at Eldoret-Nakuru highway. She added that she was separated from her allies after being tortured and dumped near Cengalo forest.
Going into details, Mugo revealed that she remembers noticing a black Subaru vehicle following them at a slow speed.
Later, four-armed men highlighted from the subaru and started to beat her with a rungu after which they drove away from the incidence leaving her with broken arms and fingers.
She was later rescued and taken to hospital by a good Samaritan after struggling to reach the roadside.
Following the incidence, Mugo revealed she suspects the whole ordeal to be related to a murder crime she has been investigating for a couple weeks now, adding that they have been able to arrest a number of suspects and among them is a police officer.
Meanwhile, the detective is undergoing treatments in Eldoret as further investigations is underway.
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