in

“David Mwai Hanged Self With Jacket Lining” – Police Spokesman

david mwai

David Mwai, the man who was captured on CCTV footage shooting at former Garissa minister Idriss Mukhtar in Kileleshwa hang himself using his jacket lining, Police spokesperson Charles Owino has said.

According to Charles Owino, the deceased committed suicide outside one of the toilets at Parklands Police station. He apparently stepped on a jerrycan and then tied the noose around a pipe.

He further says that the police found him still alive but took pictures of the scene of incident. Kinoti also maintained that the police are not holding Mwai’s wife, Rebecca, who was arrested together with her husband on Wednesday and has since gone missing.

Speaking to reporters, the police spokesperson also said that the family is invited to Mwai’s postmortem, rubbishing earlier claims that the family had been blocked from seeing the body.

Mwai was reported dead on Thursday with many reading foul play into his sudden death especially after he had turned into a state witness.

He was reportedly paid by Garissa governor Ali Korane to kill Idriss who is currently fighting for his life at the Nairobi Hospital.

Read: Kenyan Woman Linked To Ksh140 Million Heist In Dubai Arrested In Namanga

Things went south between them and Idriss threatened to produce evidence showing that the governor’s credentials were fake, hence the need to take him out.

Korane was arrested and later released but Kinoti now says that he is a person of interest.

Do you have a story you want told? Do you know of a sensitive story you would like us to get our hands on? Email your news TIPS to news@kahawatungu.com

Written by Eva Nyambura

Content creator at Kahawatungu.com | Passionate about telling the untold story. Lover of life, music and technology. Simplicity is KEY

Email: news@kahawatungu.com

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

joseph mochere

Egesa FM Presenter Joseph Mochere Takes Own Life

AFC Leopards Thump Police To Keep Shield Dreams Alive