Currently, several cops from the DCI Killer unit (SSU) are behind bars as investigations into mysterious disappearances and ruthless murders continues.
The said cops were arrested in relation to the mysterious abductions and possible murders of two Indians and a Taxi Driver who worked for president William Ruto during his campaigns.
Well, some new details have emerged over the disappearance of the Indian TV magnate Zulfiqar Khan, Zaid Sami Kidwai and their driver Nicodemus Mwania after police traced their car along the Nairobi Expressway.
Detectives privy to the matter, intimated that the spot where the vehicle was abandoned had skid marks on the road.
According to the lady, she went to file a missing person report after 24 hours but was turned back by the Kenyan authorities.
Currently the Indian government has already Sen detectives to aid our kenyan authorities in investigating the mysterious disappearances of their kins.
The whreof the duo is yet to be established with a number believing they might have been urged and bodies dumped by the SSU, DCI Killer Squad.
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