The name Samuel Mugoh Muvota has been circulating on the social media platforms since Monday 16th May 2022, Mugoh Muvota met his untimely death on Monday afternoon after unknown assailant shot him severally. A thing that sparked alot of reactions from people across the country. As the report concerning Samuel Mugoh Muvota emerged revealing his death, Kenyans were angered and termed the action as insecurity. However, report indicates that the man was a notorious thug in Nairobi city.
Worrying report shared by DCI detectives indicates that the slain thug Samuel Mugoh Muvota, recruited over 50 beautiful women, who were deployed in major cities to steal from revelers patronising popular entertainment sports.
Therefore the question is, how many times was this man arrested before he met his death, was he charged in court? According to DCI detectives, the man was arrested more than 30 times, and arraigned in several courts in Nairobi and Kiambu.
Report further reveals that Muvota had been arraigned at Kiambu, Makadara, Milimani, Thika and other law courts on numerous occasions but found his way out, often by approaching the complaints and paying them back their money. Then the complaints would then disappear.
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