Renowned private detective Jane Mugo with the help of police officers have made a major breakthrough in a murder case. Taking to her official Facebook page, the no-nonsense detective disclosed that she has nailed a suspect who murdered someone because of a land dispute.
She posted photos of the disputed miraa land and revealed that the owner was killed by someone who wanted to take the land. She condoled with the deceased's family and vowed that the suspect behind the brutal murder will rot in jail.
''Imagine killing someone because of property, power, land, money, lover, children only for you to end up in jail rest of your life. You don't enjoy the same. Congratulations the police officers ,trimo team and members of public for helping identify the greedy suspect who killed owner of this land. Joy Muthoni killers of your dad will rot in jail. may he rest in peace,'' she posted.
Her fans congratulated her for the good work and urged the courts to deliver justice to the victims.
Jane is among the top private detectives in the country . She is known for her courage and passion in fighting for justice.
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