Bury your son in peace and move on, Hessy Wa Dandora tells deceased suspect’s family
Nairobi’s faceless crime buster Hessy Wa Dandora has asked the family of the prime suspect in the attempted murder of former Garissa Finance Executive to bury their kin in peace and move on.
The suspect, Mr David Mwai, died inside the Parklands Police Station cells on Thursday with police sources pointing at suicide, attempted to murder Mr Idris Mukhtar.
Mr Mukhtar is currently admitted at the Intensive Care Unit at a Nairobi hospital.
The family of Mr Mwai has been seeking answers over his death even as they claim that he may have been executed while in police custody.
But in one of latest Facebook posts, Hessy revealed that Mr Mwai was also a suspect in the cold blood murder of Evans Omondi who was the driver of Chris Obure the Chief Administrative Secretary in the Ministry of Transport.
“A serial killer who together with his three (3) colleagues who claim to be invisible they killed Obure’s driver on 18th July this year in coldblood at Kariobangi South. In fact the family should bury this boy peacefully and forget about him totally,” he said in a Facebook post.
He added, “Let them also feel the same pain their son has been causing to other families within Nairobi. Case closed!”
Hessy asked those raising questions over the death of Mr Mwai to ask themselves why he was approached to murder and not anyone else.
According to him, the death of Mr Mwai was not the first one to have ever taken place in a police cell.
He maintained that the suspect died a wanted man who has been on police radar for years.