Friday, February 13, 2015

This is Why They Wanted George Muchai Dead, Close Confidante Spills Beans

The mystery surrounding the death of Kabete MP George Muchai may take some time to unravel. Police have managed to nab one key suspect who will appear in court for the death of George Muchai and his three aides.

The legislator, who will be buried today, had done everything to ensure that his personal security was upgraded. Muchai, according to the weekly that run the story, was a troubled man who knew he was a marked man. Before he was shot dead with a lone marksman, the MP was in the process of acquiring three close protection officers (CPOs) to complement his security detail. He reportedly shared with the owner of the security firm the people who wanted him dead. He told th ehead of Trimo Security and Private Investigators Jane Mugo that he had enemies in political and business circles, real estate, COTU where he was the deputy secretary general, gangland and even within his own family.

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According to Jane, the desperate Muchai had told her that some unnamed individuals were envious of a multi-million complex he was putting up in Kamulu. He said that those people were not happy with his achievement.

A police officer investigating the murder of the legislator links his death to a disputed parcel of land in Ruai. The detective revealed to the weekly that Muchai was “was embroiled in an ownership tussle with an official in the security arm of the Kenya government, and who officers on the case reckon could be a ‘person of interest’ in connection to Muchai’s murder.” He has been linked to a series if land tussles cases according to people close to them.

The MP had purchased three chase cars already and was in the process of signing a contract with Jane to buffer his security.

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