The killing of a popular businessman who operates several M-pesa outlets in South Rift region has led to the arrest of 4 suspects believed to be responsible. This comes a week after businessman and owner of money transfer outlets was abducted by the gang who were posing as buyers of his vehicle.
According to KTN news digital media platform, the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) are said to have tracked the vehicle after it's tracker indicated that it was in Kisumu days after he was reported missing. The family of the deceased are said to have reported their missing kin after he was last seen leaving his office with the 4 unidentified men.
His body was later discovered by the busy roadside having deep cuts after residents reported to the police. Sources close to the investigating team believe that the gang has been luring victims who want to purchase or sell off their vehicles before robbing them off their money and killing them.
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