The murder case of the Kianjokoma brothers Benson Ndwiga and Emmanuel Mutura who were allegedly killed by the police has taken a new twist after a friend, who is a witness in the case revealed that he saw a police officer chase them with a huge club.
According to Chris Murimi who was being examined by lawyers representing the six police officers, they decided to run after the officer who had alighted from the police vehicle had looked agitated which prompted them to take to their heels.
Murimi further stated that as they were running, Mutura slipped and fell which made his brother Ndwiga go back and from his hideout, he saw the police officer walk towards Mutura and when he caught up with the brother, he hit him before bundling him in the police vehicle.
The next morning, Murimi received a call from the brothers’ father asking if he knew where they were. He explained what happened the previous night which prompted the family to start a search at the police station, where they discovered the two had been killed.
Link : https://www.standardmedia.co.ke/national/article/2001439256/i-didnt-see-police-hit-slain-kianjokoma-brothers
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