The Inspector General of Police, Hilary Mutyambai has broken silence about the death of Kianjokoma brothers. According to the report shared through his official social media platforms, he has assured the family and the public that justice for this Embu brothers will be served. However, he requested the members of the public to give the detectives humble time to carry out investigation.
"I assure you that Justice for the Kianjokama brothers will be served, but this can only be done if we allow the proper due process to take place with concrete evidence that can stand a trial in the court of law." Inspector General shared on Twitter.
The two brothers died at the hands of the police officers after they were arrested for violating the night time curfew. This issue sparked alot of reactions from people across the country. Njiru, who was a student at Kabarak University, and Mutura were last seen on Sunday, August 1, around 10pm.
Later, the bodies of the slain brothers were found at Embu General Hospital mortuary two days later. A thing that sparked riots around Kiamonjokoma trading centre, in which a police vehicle was torched by angry residents and another life lost in the demonstrations.
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