The cold murder in Mirema a week ago has been hitting the headlines of Kenyan media with a number of Kenyans demanding the real truth behind what happened. Samuel Muvota was murdered in cold blood immediately after dropping off two passengers believed to be a mother and his son. The incident which was recorded live on CCT cameras revealed a man shooting at the victim at a close range and killing him instantly. The man the was seen making his way to a nearby car which was believed to have been waiting for him.
The man who appeared slim on the CCTV footages would later be relieved by the DCI to be Dennis Karani Gachoki. Gachoki pictured above has been identified as the key suspect in the murder of Samuel Muvota in Mirema and is wanted by the DCI and the police. However, a number of Kenyans have argued that the suspect presented by the DCI has a conflicting resemblance to the one seen on the CCTV footages. According to Kenyans, the man seen on the CCTV footages was slim unlike the one presented by the DCI as the key suspect. However, Dennis Karani Gachoki remains to be the key suspect in the murder of Samuel Muvota in Mirema and whoever has information leading to the arrest of the suspect should share it with the police.
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