Directorate of Criminal Investigations, DCI has finally unmasked faces of notorious women who were allegedly recruited by the slain thug Samuel Mugoh Muvota to administer the 'Basmati' in the various parts of the country.
The final report shared by the DCI detectives indicates that the slain Thug Mugoh Muvota, worked tirelessly to build up his business empire consisting of real estates from proceed of crime. A thing that has sparked alot of reactions from people across the country.
Yesterday's shocking report indicated that he recruited more than 50 beautiful women who were allegedly deployed in all major cities of the country to steal from revelers patronising popular entertainment sports and clubs.
Therefore according to the report shared by DCI, these women who are experts in stupefying revelers at the popular drinking spots mainly target middle aged men to older men who they suspect to have fat bank accounts.
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