More evidence linking the abduction of two Indian nationals and their driver to DCI's SSU elite squad have emerged. This is after a CCTV footage obtained from the management of the Nairobi Expressway showed men who are believed to be officers from the disbanded SSU disembarking from their white Subaru vehicles while pointing guns at the 3 occupants of a grey Toyota Fielder taxi.
It is reported that it was around 12.15am, on July 24. It was barely 15 minutes after the three men had been captured by other CCTV cameras leaving a club in Westlands. The gun-wielding men in Subaru vehicles pulled out the two Indians and their driver from the taxi.
Also, the investigators at the Internal Affairs Unit from NPS are also said to have secured a confession of one officer who served in the disbanded elite SSU squad. The officer is said to have revealed the events of that night's operation.
Following the confession by the officer, it emerges that he shared links that made the acting IG of Police Noor Gabow to swiftly deployed more than 100 officers from the Rapid Deployment Unit (RDU) to the Aberdare forest. This is where bodies of the three men are said to have been dumped.
IAU investigators has since summoned officers who served in the disbanded Special Service Unit to record statements. Sources say that the officers were grilled on what they knew about the operation. They were also questioned on whose orders they were operating on and what role each officer played in the operation.
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