There have been four more SSU officers arrested by police in connection with the kidnapping of two Indian IT specialists, according to reports from a credible source.
Several months ago, it was reported that nine police officers were detained concerning the disappearance of two men. The circumstances surrounding their disappearance remain unknown.
The directorate of criminal investigations reported seeing the Suspects near the location where the two had been seen last.
Directorate of Criminal Investigations officers made the arrests, according to a news report shared by Star magazine. The officers were suspected of having drugs and weapons while in this vehicle.
The latest development in the case is that the four police officers have declined to submit to a DNA test at a hospital.
Kenyans have taken to various social media platforms to voice their outrage and demand that the government investigate the incident as soon as possible.
Most Kenyans quoted in the media have expressed regret that the case has not been closed by the directorate of criminal investigations, as the victim's loved ones are still seeking closure.
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