How Police Tried to Cover Up Ex-UoN Student's Shooting

  • New details emerged on Friday about how the police might have tried to cover up the shooting of a former UoN student who passed away on Thursday.

    It was established that the police who ferried the body of the deceased, Samuel Ragira, to City Mortuary, recorded his passing as resulting from an attack by the mob.

    After the fatal shooting, Ragira's body was taken to the mortuary by a car believed to be attached to the Kileleshwa Police Station whose officers then made the claims.

    Witnesses further disclosed that the body arrived at the morgue while bleeding profusely.

    “He was brought here while still bleeding profusely. Blood was still oozing from his back,” a source told Nairobi News.

    Speaking to Kenyans.co.ke, Police spokesperson Charles Owino, could, However, not verify the claims revealing that he was not aware of the plot but referred us to Kilimani OCPD Michael Muchiri who did not respond to our questions.

    Earlier reports had indicated that Ragira, a former student leader at the institution, was allegedly killed by the goons in a fight for control of shops near the school.

    Students, however, claimed that a gang was responsible for his death.

    He was shot dead at Club 36 market which is located opposite Nairobi Primary School.

    We will stop at nothing until the students own Club 36 as 95 per cent of them do their shopping there,” stated Antony Manyara, UoN student leader.

    The students protested the death blocking State House road as they engaged with the police in running battles.

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