Human Rights activist Boniface Mwangi has appealed to wanted police officer Caroline Kangogo and those who know her with advice on how to surrender.
Mwangi maintained that the police officer who is wanted over two murders in Nakuru and Juja should turn herself in to any mainstream media house.
According to Mwangi, failing to do so could see her tracked down and murdered by the hit squad formed to track her down.
“If you know Caroline Kangoho whereabouts tell her to surrender herself to any mainstream media house. She can give her story without self incriminating or to simply surrender and ensure the hit squads formed to track her down won’t murder her before she gets her day in court.” Mwangi stated.
This comes after detectives privy to the matter alleged that rogue elements within the police service could be assisting the rogue cop.
Juja DCIO Richard Mwaura detailed that the detectives had unravelled the syndicate of police bosses who were allegedly cartels and kingpins of notorious gangs terrorizing Kenyans.
The vicious gang was linked to protecting businessmen, drug lords, politicians, highway robbers and carjackers.
“One group of police officers want her punished while another is protecting her,” a detective told the Nation.
“Some of the people she has been communicating with are senior officers and dangerous criminals,” Juja DCIO Mwaura revealed.
Detectives are following leads that a car theft deal may have gone sour between Kangogo and Peter Ndigwa, an ex-officer and security expert she allegedly murdered in Juja, Kiambu.
Ndigwa, prior to his death, had reportedly assisted the wanted policewoman to escape from Nakuru County where she reportedly killed her colleague, police constable John Ogweno.