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IG, DCI Boss Summoned Over Disappearance Of Sakaja’s Errand Boy

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The Inspector General of Police Japheth Koome and the Director of Criminal Investigation Mohamed Amin have been summoned to appear in court physically on Monday 20th November 2023 over the alleged abduction of a Nairobi county employee.

Justice Chacha Mwita ordered the two to appear in court and explain the whereabouts of Osman Khalif a personal assistant to Nairobi County Governor Johnson Sakaja who is said to have been kidnapped at Sarit Centre on Friday 10th November 2023.

The Judge’s orders came after Law Society of Kenya President Eric Theuri, lawyers Dancun Okatch and Oringo Waswa representing Osman Khalif informed the Judge that the orders issued by the court seeking to have him or his abductors brought to court have not been complied with.

Justice Mwita has also ordered Safaricom PLC limited to produce car tracking records of abductors’ vehicle.

According to the LSK, Osman who is an employee of Nairobi County was abducted a week ago while in the company of his wife who was left at the parking at Sarit Centre in Nairobi.

According to Yasin, his brother was taken by people who were driving a double-cabin motor vehicle registration number KCT 163H. “They had pistols with them and they refused to identify themselves. Up to now, we have no idea where my brother is,” he added.

The family has added that Nairobi Governor Johnson Sakaja was aware of what was happening but yet to reach out to the family.

Abdi served as the MCA for South C ward from 2017 but was defeated by Abbas Khalif of the Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) in last year’s general election. He has been in the middle of City Hall scandals that has challenged the city boss.

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Pastoralists Parliamentary group led by Kamukunji Mp Yusuf are demanding the Inspector General Japhet Koome to release former South C MCA Osman Khalif whom they allege was abducted by security agencies.


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