Brutal Murder Metres From Uhuru's Home Sparks Riots [VIDEO]

  • A boda boda rider was, on Monday, September 9, shot dead by a criminal gang in Ichaweri Village, Gatundu South Constituency.

    The brutal murder occurred just a few metres away from President Uhuru Kenyatta's ancestral home in the area, People's Daily reported.

    According to the publication, the thugs attacked the victim, Joseph Kagwa, who was in his house with his wife. 

    The gang broke into their house using sledgehammers and later shot him at close range. His wife, Mary Mutindi Kagwa, was also not spared as she was shot in the leg.

    Mr Njagi's house was broken into by the gang who also shot his wife and made away with two phones and Ksh 4,000.

    The victims were rushed to Gatundu Level 5 Hospital where Kagwa was pronounced dead.

    Reports indicated that the criminals made away with two mobile phones and Ksh 4,000 after committing the heinous act.

    The incident prompted residents in the Ichaweri and Ng'enda villages in the constituency, to hold protests citing fears of the re-emergence of the dreaded Mungiki sect.

    They held blocked the roads and lit bonfires as they engaged with police for the better part of Tuesday.

    The irate residents accused the government of focusing more on battling illicit brew while turning a blind eye on its duty to keep them safe.

    Earlier in November 2018, Central Regional Commissioner, Wilson Njega raised the alarm over attempts by the dreaded Mungiki sect to regroup in parts of the region.


    He stated that the group had infiltrated the Kikuyu rite of passage to lure young boys to join the group.

    Here is the video courtesy of NTV: