The case that was filed at the court by Isaac Ouma has continued to make headlines in the country reporting the saga that resulted into Boniface Mwangi's destroyed property including the building that is allegedly reported to be still under construction.
The National Police Service in Kenya has come out to clear the about about the reports as filed by Isaac Ouma at Thika Police Station. In a statement shared the NPS official twitter page stated that the house belonging to one Boniface Mwangi, located at Kannie Location, was attacked by three unknown men in a white pickup Registration Number is not known.
The NPS has revealed that the three unknown gangsters were known and allegedly armed with pistols. The attackers are reported to had accosted the workers, r9bbed them off personal effects and assaulted the building still under construction with detonators causing three holes.
It is reported that the police has visited the scene and therefore, the investigation has kicked off with an effort to get the cause of such. The National Police Service has made a humble request to members of the public with any information to assist with the investigation are urged to report to the police.
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