The politician said no policeman had visited him to follow up on the killing of Cameron. Ideally, every hospital in the country must notify the nearest police station of any reported cases of gunshot-inflicted wounds within 24 hours. Such reports are then followed up by the police, who visit the hospitals. If that was not strange enough, the shooting incident that occurred barely five kilometers away from Kilimani Police Station was booked at the Kabete Police Station.
Again, ideally such a case should have been taken over by police officers drawn from the Kilimani station. “Ordinary thugs only shoot you once, he was shot several times, the same way Jacob Juma was killed,” he said. Weeks after the fatal shooting of Cameron, police in the city announced that they had gunned down his killers.
The person who witnessed the killers take the life of a man she loved was by this time out of the country. “How did they know? My daughter was not even called to identify the body,” Jirongo claims. The killing of the killers of Cameron mirror the cold-blooded murder of four other people whom police claim were behind Juma’s murder.
Unable to find a single witness or lead into the highway gangland execution of Juma, police investigators resorted to analysing two spent cartridges they alleged to have recovered from the scene of his killing. “We recovered two spent cartridges from the scene… We are analysing to know if this is a gun that was used in another incident,” said CID Director Ndegwa Muhoro.
The recovery came after the police announced that they had been unable to recover even a single spent cartridge from the scene, which had remained unsecured. Police would later announce that the spent cartridges from an AK47 rifle were examined and matched the firearm recovered from two people they claimed were notorious city gangsters.
The police painted a picture of a most sought-after gang that had specialised in waylaying its victims and forcing them into automated teller machines (ATMs), where they emptied their savings.
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