The security department has been receiving plenty of scrutiny in recent days. Many people have been complaining about police brutality among other things. With the leadership of President Uhuru Kenyatta, Interior CS Fred Matiang'i, PS Karanja Kibicho, Police IG Hillary Mutyambai and other powerful leaders, many people expect the department to be streamlined but that has not been the case.
The burial of Benson and Emmanuel Ndwiga, has recently taken place in Kianjokoma, the home place of the two University students. The event was attended by a few family members, politicians as well as fellow comerades who demanded justice for the two boys. Vocal Runyenjes MP Mr Muchangi Karemba, warned Matiangi and Uhuru to speed up investigations, within the next one week or else, he would lead bigger and more demonstrations in Embu.
''Sitachoka Hadi Wafungwe'' Nelson Havi Bold Remarks On Embu 6 Killer Cops That Left Kenyans Talking
"Police killers of Benson and Emmanuel Ndwiga finally took plea today. It will not bring back the two gentlemen but it will go a long away to inform police officers that they cannot take innocent lives and get away with it. I propose not to rest until the six are convicted."
According to the sources new details emerge about what happened to the Kianjokoma brothers who were thought to have killed on August 1st last year. Following the current updates childhood friend of the brothers, John Njeru, described how the six police officers allegedly assaulted Benson and Emmanuel Ndwiga in court.
Nliwapigia Simu Mpaka Ikazima- Mother of Slain Kianjokoma Brothers Opens Up, Requests Gov't For This
Benson and Emmanuel Ndwiga The mother of Benson Mutura and Emmanuel Ndwiga has opened up on the difficult period her family is going through. Speaking to The Standard, Catherine Wawira narrated her harrowing experience on the day her two sons went missing. "I left my Chama meeting at around 4pm and I called them and they told me business was okay.
The investigations of the mysterious death of Emmanuel Ndwiga and his brother Benson Njiru has taken a different twist as the officers linked to the murder of two claim that the victims committed suicide. According to Nelson Havi who is the law society of Kenya president and lead counsel in case against the Embu police station officers, the accused want the bodies of the victims exhumed for further investigations.
The death of two brothers Benson Njiru and Emmanuel Ndwiga in mysterious circumstances have continued to draw public outcry over police handling of civilians. A Kenyan lawyer by the name Abu Iman has taken a step forward to follow up on the incident that happened at Kianjokoma police station in Embu county where the two victims had been allegedly locked up.
Police Brutality Incidents And Reports Documented report presented by the authority to the senate committee on Justice and Legal Affairs indicates that complaints increased from 594 in 2012 to 3583 in 2021. This correspond to 83.4 per cent. This means that complaints against police officers have been rising since the establishment of the Independent Policing Oversight Authority (Ipoa) in 2011.
In a span of months there have been numerous social media campaigns seeking justice for people who've suffered violent tragedies. Today Benson and Emmanuel Ndwiga are being buried after allegedly being taken from their families by the police. In 2020, 'The Star' reported that about 157 men had died in suspicious circumstances indicating the start of a long battle.
Kianjokoma people had a new beginning after the government opened a new police station in the once-unknown village in Embu county. The town made headlines after two brothers were allegedly slain by police officials after being apprehended for violating curfew laws. The new police station was inaugurated on September 26 by Embu North Sub County Police Commander Abdullahi Adan, clergy, and Kianjokoma citizens.
The story of two brothers from Kianjokoma embu who were allegedly killed by police over breaking curfew guidelines has been making headlines in the media. After a probe on what possibly killed them link police brutality to their sudden death. Benson and Emmanuel Ndwiga aged 21 and 19 years were college students and who operated a small butchery within their area.
The six police officers linked to the killing of the two brothers in Embu have been arrested. In the pictures posted by Lawyer Nelson Havi, the officers are seen covering their faces from the media. Here is the picture. This comes just hours after Director of Public Prosecution, DPP ordered for the arrest after the investigations were concluded asking the National Police Service (NPS) to arraign the accused in a Nairobi Court in a statement dated Monday, August 16.
The now dubbed Kianjokoma brothers, Emmanuel Ndwiga and Benson Mutura Ndwiga, who allegedly died while in police custody are set to be buried today 13 August. The two were allegedly killed by police officers in Embu, an incidence that has spired uproar from all over Kenya.
Greenlight for justice to the two brothers -Benson Ndwiga (22), and Emmanuel Ndwiga (19) who met their death in early August in Embu as DPP this Monday has directed the Inspector General of police Hillary Mutyambai to arrest and arraign the six to avoid any interference with evidence or intimidation of witnesses.
Six police officers accused of killing two Embu brothers freed on Sh300,000 cash bail each, court orders them not to go to KianjokomaThe court granted them a Ksh 3 Million bond with a 300,000 Cash bail alternative. The six police officers identified are Benson Mputhia, Consolata Kariuki, Nicholas Cheruyoit, Martin Wanyama, Lilian Chemuna, and James Mwaniki.
Emmanuel Ndwiga and Benson Mutura Ndwiga, the two Embu brothers were allegedly murdered in cold blood while in police cells in Embu county. The incidence which led to unrest in Embu town has since captured the attention of all heads of security from Interior Cabinet Secretary Dr Fred Matiang'i, Inspector General of Police Hillary Mutyambai and now the Commander in Chief of the Kenya Defence Forces president Uhuru Kenyatta.
Emmanuel Ndwiga and Benson Njiru Ndwiga who allegedly died while in police custody were laid to rest in an emotional sent of. Their mother and relatives cried uncontrollably calling on the government to expedite justice for the two. The alleged murder also caught the attention of the Head of State president Uhuru who demanded a speedy inquest into the matter.
Following to the killings of the two brothers, Benson Ndwiga and Emmanuel Ndwiga, the office of the Director of Public Prosecutions have given a press statement regarding the unlawful killings. Photo: courtesy. This Ndwigas who were caught up with the curfew hours while on their way home, they died mysteriously after they were arrested by the police officers.
Officers involved in the murder of two Kianjokama brothers, Benson Ndwiga (22), and Emmanuel Ndwiga (19) have been suspended, Inspector General of police Hillary Mutyambai has revealed today while speaking during #engagetheIG on. “I assure you that justice for the Kianjokoma 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 justice,” Mutyambai said adding that IPOA has concluded investigations on the matter and the file to the Director of Public Prosecution for action.
Complaints against police officers have been rising since the establishment of the Independent PolicIng Oversight Authority (lpoa) in 2021. According to a document presented by the authority to the Senate Committee justice and Legal Affairs yesterday.Complain against the force from 594 in 2012 to 3583 in 2021.