– Police are presently searching for Mavoko MP Patrick Makau, over the smoldering of the Syokimau AP camp
– Police claim essential proof in the homicide case was obliterated in the flame began by bodaboda riders drove by the Member of Parliament of Mavoko
– An irate horde on Wednesday, July 6 2016 blazed down the Syokimau AP camp where legal advisor Willie Kimani, his client Josephat Mwendwa, and cabbie Joseph Muriuri were held
– Inspector General Joseph Boinett censured the illegal conflagration assault requesting quick capture of the culprits
The AP camp in Syokimau has been distinguished as the spot where the legal advisor Willie Kimani, his customer Josephat Mwendwa and taxi driver Joseph Muriuri were held before their snatching and murder.
A perturbed crowd before on Wednesday, July 6, torched the Syokimau camp where the legal counselor Willie Kimani, his customer Josephat Mwendwa and their driver Joseph Muriuri were held before being kidnapped and later murdered.
Mavoko MP Patrick Makau now being looked for by police over the blazing of the Syokimau Police camp Police assert that critical proof was obliterated in the flame at the police post began by bodaboda riders drove by the Mavoko part of parliament.
Investigators taking care of the case say they direly need to find the MP to help with examinations in the broadly censured murder.