Jack Anyango (37), Elijah Obuong (35), Benjamin Imbayi (30) and Brian Odor (36) were kidnapped on April 19, shortly after the roast at the Enkare Club / p>
It has since been found that they were driven over roadblocks by the police in Nairobi, Kiambu and killed in Murang’a – a county outside the Disease Infected Zone, an indication that their abductors were authorized to travel out of the zone.
The bodies of Mr. Obuong and Mr. Imbai were found dumped in the Mukungai River, Murang’a County and Kieni Forest, Kiambu County, respectively, last Thursday. While three more bodies were discovered in Murang’a, the families of Mr. Anyango and Mr. Oduor have yet to find or identify their relatives.
But detectives are in on their search for the men’s murderers who have been investigating yesterday Nation announced that they are looking for the mysterious man and woman who ate and ate with the men who have now been killed in Kitengela.
Escaped kidnapper of kidnappers
The middle-aged man who only identified himself as Erico on Facebook and his girlfriend were able to escape the kidnappers’ dragnet through a mustache, a detective who sought anonymity because he is not authorized to give media reports.
Erico, the source says, was known to the quartet, and after lunch he and his wife used a separate car when the killed men pulled into their car – a Toyota Mark X, license plate KCQ 715C.
Detectives According to the source, they identified Erico as the person who called the families to inform them of a possible kidnapping by the Kitengela Quartet. Investigators believe the man and his girlfriend might have witnessed the kidnapping, but the kidnappers apparently weren’t interested in the duo.
“The two could have witnessed the kidnapping of the four. It seemed like the kidnappers who might have subjugated the four blocked them before they got to their car, “said the detective.
” Erico’s cell phone signal was last recorded in Bungoma. We’re chasing him. “
Bath the four goodbye
One of the four men, Mr. Imbai, is from Bungoma County, and homicide detectors suspect that he and the mysterious Erico may have been fellow villagers .
On April 20, Erico said goodbye to the four in a Facebook post after calling relatives and directing them to where the car had been parked.
“Notes on your way you gotta fly your way home, shine on your way, you gotta fly your way home. Yagla Aleeh, ”wrote Erico. The identity and details of the woman in the mix remain sparse.
But even as the police focus on Erico, it turns out that detectives don’t have to interview anyone at the Enkare Club, the last address the killed men were seen alive. More than 14 days after the kidnapping, neither the club owner nor his staff were summoned.
Kajiado County Police Commander Muthuri Mwongela said yesterday the case had been picked up by the Murder Division of the Directorate of Criminal Investigation (DCI) .
“DCI headquarters. Talk to them, “he said to Nation via text message.
Yesterday he seemed evasive in the popular club that apparently broke the lockdown measures when serving the six customers to be . However, a waitress told Nation in confidence that the four men were regular customers.
“I wasn’t on duty that day, but they (the four) are regular customers in particular on weekdays . They were kind customers and sometimes offered good advice like any other wealthy customer. There was nothing unusual about them, ”she said.
The popular club, which is housed in a semi-permanent structure on Namanga Road, is known for its nyama choma and is popular with young people and rhumba music lovers.
The families of the four men want detectives to check CCTV cameras near the club for evidence of their relatives being kidnapped.
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