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Tuesday, June 28, 2022

Nakuru East MP David Gikaria arrested and quizzed over gang links due to mass killings in the county

DCI detectives questioned Nakuru East MP David Gikaria over 'Confirm' gang, Rift Valley DCI boss Mwenda Meme confirmed. 

"He is here, he arrived on Tuesday morning and is being interrogated by detectives," said Mr Meme. The Confirm gang and other splinter groups have been linked to robberies, rape and a series of chilling murders in Mawanga area, Bahati sub-county.

Although police are still investigating the bizarre murders, intelligence reports indicate that members of the group could be behind the killings.

Police are investigating the mysterious murders involving only women, which have been reported within two weeks in Mawanga and its neighbourhood.

The bizarre killings have shocked residents who now live in fear. Police revealed that five of the suspects, all teenagers, were arrested in Kwa Rhonda estate, shortly after they staged an attack at Jasho area in Nakuru West sub-county.

"During the operation, crude weapons including machetes, clubs, swords, metal rods and pieces of wood were recovered from the thugs, who have left Nakuru residents living in fear of being attacked. Also recovered were assorted SIM cards and identification documents belonging to victims of robbery incidents," revealed Nakuru County Directorate of Criminal Investigations boss Anthony Sunguti.

Detectives from the DCI have this morning grilled Nakuru East MP David Gikaria over links to a criminal gang that has been terrorizing netizens in the region.

DCI Kenya wrote: "POLICE ARREST 27 THUGS IN NAKURU NIGHT RAID 

27 suspects were arrested last night in Nakuru, in connection with the spate of armed robberies that have been reported in the city in the last few days. Five of the suspects Moses Njoe, 21, Thomas Nguruna, 19, Evans Napati, 21, Sammy Sunguya, 23, and Emmanuel Tein, 20 were arrested by officers based at Rhonda police station, shortly after staging an attack in Jasho area, Nakuru West sub county. The five were cornered after Inspector Anunda, who was leading the operation fired a round in the air from his AK-47 assault rifle, warning the thugs to surrender or have themselves to blame.Crude weapons including machetes, clubs, swords, metal rods and pieces of wood were recovered from the thugs, who have left Nakuru residents living in fear of being attacked. Also recovered were assorted SIM cards and identification documents belonging to victims of robbery incidents. The rest of the suspects were arrested in a separate operation conducted in Mawanga area in the dead of the night, where 22 suspects all aged between 20 and 30 were arrested.

"Detectives are warning the remaining thugs to surrender within 24 hours, before a specialized team of sleuths from DCI headquarters is deployed to annihilate the miscreants once and for all.

"They are encouraged to learn from the fate that befell the Katombi gang, which operated with impunity in Mathare, Huruma and Pangani areas before finally being wiped out.. 
#FichuakwaDCI 0800 722 203."

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