DCI Kenya Police say 12 Basmati babes and main suspect, Dennis Karani Gachoki, are wanted for associated murder of killed thug, Samuel Mugo Muvota KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Friday, May 20, 2022

DCI Kenya Police say 12 Basmati babes and main suspect, Dennis Karani Gachoki, are wanted for associated murder of killed thug, Samuel Mugo Muvota

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that 12 Basmati babes and main suspect, Denis Karani Gachoki, are wanted for the murder of Kenyan businessman, Samuel Mugo Muvota. (Read More Here).


Yesterday, DCI Kenya, unveiled the faces of 12 Basmati babes. 

DCI Kenya wrote:

"Meet the ‘Basmati’ Babes
In the final part of an expose on how slain thug Samuel Mugo Muvota, built his business empire consisting of real estate properties from proceeds of crime, detectives have unmasked some of the faces behind the dangerous ‘Pishori’ administrators. 

"The babes who are experts in stupefying revelers at popular drinking spots mainly target middle aged to older men whom they suspect to have fat bank accounts. 

"Going by the brands of the drinks one has ordered to how one is dressed, they can easily pick out a Mubaba with a good bank balance, from a crowd of revelers. Most of them have been arrested before but Muvota always came to their aid by approaching the complainants and refunding them back their money. 

"However, most of these cases often went unreported since the drugged men are mainly married and respectable people in society who wouldn’t wish to let out the skeletons in their cupboards. 

"With Muvota gone after the bitter fallout with his second in command who is currently at large, the Pishori empire has been left without a leader.

"Most of the women have left the city in droves to their rural areas, from where they are monitoring how things unfold. They better get used to life in the village because it will not be business as usual in the city.

"Bar owners are equally advised to be on the lookout for suspicious women, out to spike drinks in entertainment spots and report to authorities immediately.
#FichuakwaDCI 0800 722 203." 


DCI Kenya wrote again: "WANTED MAN FOR THE MURDER OF SLAIN THUG SAMUEL MUGOH MUVOTA 
(Part III)

Detectives are looking for one Denis Karani Gachoki, the main suspect behind the daylight murder of Samuel Mugoh Muvota. The armed and dangerous man is suspected to be in possession of a firearm that was snatched from a stupefied Police officer, after a round of drinks at a popular joint in Mombasa, in November, 2020. 

Efforts by detectives to arrest him have been futile since the thug who is well loaded, influences rogue cops who tip him off once an operation for his arrest has been launched. In one occasion, Gachoki’s accomplice was texted minutes before his arrest, throwing a spanner in the works of a meticulous operation that had taken months to put together. 

"The detectives based at DCI’s Comms unit have since gathered that Gachoki, recently fell out with his boss Muvota over sharing of proceeds from their Pishori trade, and beautiful women who would first pay with their flesh before being enlisted to the mafia-style organization. 

"This among other beef are suspected to have led to a bitter fallout leading to Monday’s daylight murder of Samuel Mugoh Muvota, who has left behind seven grieving widows and many children. 

"Forensic Cyber detectives picked Gachoki’s last signal deep inside burnt forest, hours after the murder. We believe that the suspect has already crossed the border to a neighbouring country. 
Should you have any information that may lead to the arrest of Gachoki, do not hesitate to contact us on #FichuakwaDCI 0800 722 203."

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