Business As Usual As Suspects In Shooting Of DCJ Mwilu's Bodyguard Are Released

In what has not come as a surprise, the suspects connected to the shooting of Deputy Chief Justice's bodyguard have been set free on bond. Kenyans are used to high profile cases crumbling before justice is meted especially due to insufficient evidence.
On October 24, 2017, at around 4.30pm on Ngong road, the official driver to the DCJ was shot and seriously wounded by gunmen who grabbed his pistol and escaped with it. The driver, Constable Titus Musyoka, had dropped off Ms. Mwilu and was alone in the car opposite Impala Club along Ngong Road, Nairobi.

Two suspects were later arrested and the pistol used in the shooting was recovered in Dandora.
After the shooting, the Acting Cabinet Secretary for Internal Security, Fred Matiangi met the Chief Justice and his deputy and assured increased security.
The Supreme Court failed to meet quorum the next day to hear a case filed to stop the repeat October 26 elections.

Daily Updates can confirm that the suspects have since been released on a Ksh.1 million bond with two sureties each. They denied all charges.
Of course, we are not shocked.

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