Details emerging this afternoon reveals that, Police officers in Embu have arrested gangsters terrorizing the residents in the area. This has come after several cases of attacks have been reported and following police act on the matter it has bear some fruits as the gangster got arrested. "Police in Embu arrest suspected gangsters terrorising residents."
New details have emerged concerning the heartbreaking Kianjakoma murder case, where two brothers, Benson and Emmanuel Ndigwa, were gruesomely murder by six police officers. Today, the uncle to the two deceased, Felix Njagi appeared before court where he gave a testimony recalling an unusual encounter at the police station.
Since the death of the two brothers, Mutura Emmanuel who was 19 years old and Njiru Benson who was 22 years old, their family and many people were left with questions on what transpired to their death but till now the exact cause of their death is not yet confirmed.
As most of the area across the country experience cold and alot of rainfall, farmers have decided to invent new ways to keep their animals warm by covering them with old blanket on their back. According to James Mwaniki, animals production is greatly affected by the climatic change.
Witness Reveals Crucial Evidence Found At The Scene That Could Prove Kianjokoma Brothers Were Killed
Photo Courtesy. The Family of the two Kianjakoma brothers is yet to come to terms with the loss of their two sons who died in mysterious circumstances a few months ago. The two are reported to have been beaten to death by police officers from Kianjokoma Police Station who were manning the night curfew during the Covid-19 Pandemic.
A file photo of the late Mr Henry Barmao. Former director of police operations Henry Barmao who retired last year has passed on while receiving treatment at the Nairobi hospital. This has been confirmed by the family who noted that the late had been unwell and admitted at the Nairobi hospital for quite some time.
The man who led fellow villagers in Mwingi, Kitui County, to capture the three terror convicts who escaped from Kamiti Maximum Prison has finally spoke out about the incident and how the successful acted to strain the victims. According sources sympathising Kenyans have taken to social media to express their fear and mercy for the Kitui man who became an internet sensation after leading to the capture of three Kamiti fugitive prisoners.
A senior police officer has been jailed for four years on allegations of receiving a bribe from a bodaboda operator in Mukuyuni,Makueni county,prosecutor's believed that the case against Henry Mutunga had overwhelming evidence and he should be jailed,James Mwaniki who was presiding over his case told the court that Mutunga committed the atrocities on a civilian who had come to collect his bike,but instead of him surrendering his motorbike peacefully he accused him of wanting to rob it.
The Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) and the Independent Police Oversight Authority (IPOA) have finally broken silence after officers linked to the murder of Kianjokoma brothers requested for the exhumation of their bodies so that an indipendent autopsy can be done. According to an update by Kenyans.co.ke, the two have opposed the request.
The cops were charged and denied the accusations before Justice Daniel Ogembo at the Milimani Law Courts in Nairobi. They are suspected of murdering Benson Njiru, 22, and his brother, Emmanuel Mutua, 19, who were apprehended on August 1 and whose remains were discovered discarded in a mortuary on August 3.
Six police officers accused of killing two brothers in Kianjokoma village in Embu County were finally charged in a dramatic day in court when six lawyers walked out on them. The six, Benson Mputhia, Consolata Njeri, Martin Wanyama, Nicholas Sang, Lillian Cherono and James Mwaniki could not believe it when all their attempts to block the charges hit a dead wall when Justice Daniel Ogembo dismissed their final attempt to derail the plea taking.
Hon Ndindi Nyoro, who is a Member of Parliament for Kiharu constituency, and also a close ally to DP Ruto attended a Send Off Event in Murang'a, said this about the late James Mwangi.￼ (Courtesy photo) According to his recent post, he stated that on Friday they rested the late James Mwaniki Gathekia, father to their CDF colleague, Joseph Ndung'u at Kongoini, Township ward.
6 Police Cops Accused Of Murdering 2 Kianjokoma Brothers Back In Court And are Expected To Take a Plea
Six police officers accused of murdering two Kianjokoma brothers are back in court and are expected to take plea. The latest report comes when High Court dismissed the application by the six officers connected to the murder of the slain two Kianjokoma brothers, to have their bodies exhumed.
Four of the six police officers charged with murdering two Embu brothers have contracted Covid-19 while in custody. As a result, Corporal Benson Mbuthia Mabuuri and police constables Martin Musamali Wanyama, Nicholas Sang Cheruiyot and James Mwaniki Njohu did not attend court for the hearing of their bail application on Wednesday.
Court FREES Kionjokomo 6 Police Officer's 300,000 Ksh Cash Bail Each, Orders Them Out Of Kionjokomo.
Court FREES Kionjokomo 6 Police Officer's 300,000 Ksh Cash Bail Each, Orders Them Out Of Kionjokomo. The court on this Thursday has freed Kionjokomo six police officer's on a 300,000 Kenya shillings cash bail each further ordered them not to go at Kionjokomo and the crime scene in Embu without the courts permission.
Five of the six police officers accused of killing two brothers in Embu appear in court on Tuesday. Photo/Courtesy The six police officers accused of killing two Kiangoma brothers are in more trouble even before their case kicks off in court. Their legal team of 10 lawyers led by Defence counsel Danstan Omari have quit the case citing unknown reasons as the officers appeared before Justice Daniel Ogembo to plead to charges of murder.
Ten lawyers who was representing the Kianjokoma six police officers have quit the case. The six police officers charged with murder case was brought to the Milimani court today to be charged with the murder. The six police officers were charged with the murder case odd the Embu two brothers, Emmanuel Mutura and Benson Njiru.
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.
Four of the six police officers charged with murdering two Embu brothers have contracted COVID-19 while in custody. They were supposed to attend the court for the hearing of their bail application on Wednesday, September 23, but they failed due to their COVID-19 status. The four, Corporal Benson Mbuthia Mabuuri and police constables Martin Musamali Wanyama, Nicholas Sang Cheruiyot and James Mwaniki Njohu are currently in quarantine at the Kamiti Maximum prison.
Four of the six police officers charged with the killing of the two Embu brothers have contracted Covid-19 while in custody. It is reported that, Corporal Benson Mbuthia Mabuuri and police constables Martin Musamali Wanyama, Nicholas Sang Cheruiyot and James Mwaniki Njohu did not present themselves in court for their hearing today Wednesday.