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Evening Shocker as High School student kills His Mum and Brother to Death In Kamulu Estate

by Paul Nyongesa
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Police have arrested a twenty three year old man suspected of killing his mother and seven year old brother on the evening of Wednesday, April, 27, 2022 in Kamulu area of Ruai.

The suspected identified as David Kimani Kabiru is said to have used a knife to kill the two before hitting them with a stone.

The mentally challenged student also injured a neighbour who tried to rescue the victims and is recuperating in hospital.

Kabiru, who is currently under police custody, will  undergo a mental check-up before being arraigned.

When I came I found he had killed his Mother Peninah Njoki Kabiru and brother Ian Kabiru on inquiry he did not deny and told me he did not know why he did the heinous act,” a neighbour intimated.

Georgina, their househelp, escaped narrowly after she curiously attempted to find out what was happening in the house.

“I heard people crying in the house and went to find out what was happening. I found David holding a knife and told me I was next. I ran away immediately,” she narrated.

Doctors had recommended David to be admitted to Mathare mental hospital but refused and was instead put on medication which he declined as well.

Elsewhere, two consignments of bhang were intercepted yesterday morning by Coast Guard officers, following a dramatic chase in the Indian Ocean.

The consignment worth over half a million shillings that was destined for the Lamu archipelago, was seized by the officers who were patrolling the sea at 4am, but not before an early morning chase, reminiscent of an offshore powerboat racing competition.
The officers were on routine patrol in their boat at Tustiri area, approximately 140 nautical miles from Kenya’s coastal city of Mombasa, when they noticed a suspicious boat sailing towards Lamu, from Matondoni.
The captain signaled the boat to stop but on sighting the officers, the boat’s coxswain defied the orders and accelerated towards Tustiri channel. What followed was a dramatic chase pitting the sea thugs against the Coastguard vessel, as their two boats thundered noisily in the calm morning waters, disturbing the peaceful marine life in the sea.
As the officers caught up with the two thugs, they navigated their vessel to a mangrove thicket, jumped from the boat to the shrub-land and disappeared to different directions. The officers impounded the boat before discovering the consignment of cannabis sativa, carefully concealed in khaki bags.
Moments later as they were towing the boat to Lamu police station, they found one of the suspects who appeared to have lost his escape route, attempting to cross the channel.
Exhausted and without the energy to run from the long arm of the law, the suspect Feiswal Hamadi, 35, surrendered to the officers. He is currently being processed at Lamu police station for arraignment.

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