Revealed: Last moments of slain gang leader Yutman Mgaza
The last moments of slain gangster Eddy alias Yutman Mgaza before he met his death under a hail of bullets in Dandora, Nairobi County can now be revealed.
Nairobi News has established that Eddy was in the company of three others, one of them who was also shot dead.
The wanted criminals were cornered by police officers who had been tipped off by members of the public.
Yutman is believed to be the leader of Wadando Gaza gang which has been terrorizing residents of Dandora and the adjoining neighborhoods.
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He is a jailbird who was released from prison in December 2022 after he was bailed out by people believed to be those who gain from his criminal activities.
The other two were Collins alias Collo and Ken who excused themselves for a meal at a local eatery. The duo were lucky as they escaped with their lives.
“Collins deactivated his Facebook account just hours after Eddy had been shot dead,” a sleuth attached to the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) whos is privy to the ongoing investigations said.
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Our police source also said that majority of the gang members who have died in the past were killed by mob justice.
The police have named the other members of the dreaded gang as Gatimo, a close friend to the deceased, Mungai, Wekesa and Arunya.
Nairobi News has also established that the deceased gang leader was fond of bragging about his criminal ways on social media.
He had been warned by dreaded shadowy cops like Hessy and Saigon Punisher that his days were numbered but instead he dared them to a faceoff.
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His trademark brand on social media was taking photos with his face hidden.
On Monday, following Yutman’s death, his wife posted on a secret Facebook group, which Nairobi News managed to access, as she mourned his death.
“Walahi Eddy umeamua tu hivyo. Iko tu sawa one day we will die me siamini Yutman niwewe umetuacha. RIP. Joh (I swear, Eddy, you made this decision. It is well, one day we will die, I don’t believe Yutman, that you left me. Rest In Peace, Joh),” she said.
In the same Facebook group, the deceased often bragged how he didn’t fear death and that it would be tough for police officers to arrest him.
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