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Your days are numbered, Hessy wa Dandora warns suspects in CEC’s attempted murder

By NYABOGA KIAGE September 1st, 2018 2 min read

Nairobi’s faceless crime buster Hessy Wa Dandora has warned fugitive suspects linked to the attempted murder of former Garissa Finance executive that they won’t be on the run for long.

At the same time, the dreaded crime buster has revealed more details about David Mwai Wanjiku, the main suspect in the incident.

Mr Mwai, who 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.

According to Hessy Wa Dandora, Mr Mwai has been a wanted man who operated in Dandora and has been on the police radar for years now.


Suspect dies in Parklands police cell after ‘spilling beans’ on murder plot

He said that he was accompanied by two other suspects when he pulled the trigger at the former CEC.

“The other assassins are still due (3 of them) all from Dandora. Right now tumbo zao zimejaa moto, just moving from Dandora phase 2 to Dandora phase 1 and back,” Hessy Wa Dandora said in a Facebook post.

He has further warned the suspects, who he claims are on the run, that they will “soon die and join Mr Mwai.”

Hessy Wa Dandora further detailed how Mwai kicked off his career in a small way before scaling up the ranks of the underworld into a Field Marshall.

He said that the suspect died a man with high connection.


Meanwhile, a police imposter dressed in a combat jacket and a police cap was on Thursday shot dead.

This was revealed by yet another faceless crime buster Saigon Punisher who works hand in hand with Hessy Wa Dandora.

The crime buster also warned Mwiki, Githurai and Dandora residents to be wary of criminals who hide in police uniform.

In a Facebook post, he said that the war against crime was not going to end anytime soon.

Just recently, a tough talking Hessy Wa Dandora warned youths against wearing clothes that resemble those of the Military.