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Seven most wanted criminals in Kisauni arrested

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Seven most wanted criminals from Kisauni, Mombasa were on Wednesday arrested by DCI detectives.

The seven were arrested following a tip-off to the detectives who ambushed them in their hideout.

“Seven wanted criminals believed to have been involved in various criminal activities in Kisauni, Mombasa County were on the night of 27th November 2019 arrested by @DCI_Kenya Detectives in an intelligence-led operation following a tip-off from members of the public.”

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Abubakar Mothar alias Sela Sela, Mohammed Juma Bakari aka Fujo, Shaban Nyati, Mohammed Abdallah alias Baba Yee, Mohammed BadiI aka Daddy, Said Salim Ndaro aka Salim Madiro & Seif Kai MAKEMBAMBA aka Biggy were arrested by detectives from Kisauni.

They are currently being held as they wait for interrogation and finally be charged.

“They remain in Police Custody awaiting interrogation and subsequent arraignment in court as Detectives proceed with further investigations.”

Uncustommed sorghum recovered in Kitui County

A multi-agency team recovered over 600 sacks of uncustomed sorghum along the Garissa-Thika highway.

The detectives manning the highway intercepted the sacks and a trailer at Kanyonyoo area in Kitui County.

Berryl Achieng
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