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DCI names 8 prominent club that Mirema man targeted in drink spiking spree

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The Department of Criminal Investigation (DCI) has named eight prominent nightclubs and other entertainment venues targeted by Samuel Mugoh Muvota, who was shot dead on Mirema Road in Kasarani area.

In a statement issued on Thursday evening, May 19, DCI listed Switch club located in Kasarani, Whiskey River along Kiambu Road, Red Lion in Ruaka, Oklahoma Choma Zone, Lacascada, Aroma, Backroom, Mkwanju and Dragon, as the amusement park. drinks. .

According to initial reports from detectives investigating the killings, the man who was shot on Mirema Drive also targeted all clubs along Kamiti Road, Roysambu, 44 and Zimmerman.

To run the program, Muvota hired 50 women whom he informed about their work. They ordered expensive drinks and convinced male club fans that they were just participants in casual parties.

In order to maintain their lifestyle, employed women passed their bills to a murdered businessman, who then left his work station in Roysambu or Githurai 44.

Muvota also assured them that the women lived in the Kiambu or Coffee Wendani Committee where he would visit them to pick up stolen phones, ID cards and ATM cards.

The slain merchant would then pay the penalty for the amount spent in the drinks of the guests.

“Women would be well paid, based on their attendance any night,” DCI said.

To remain anonymous, the merchant would have obtained several SIM cards and could have managed more than 300 bank accounts. To obtain a SIM card, he paid college students and job seekers to register on his behalf.

The slain was also married to seven women who did not know him and did not know what he was doing.

DCI said Muvota had been arrested more than 30 times in the last 11 years on fraud charges and had been entering and leaving almost every court in Nairobi and neighboring Kiambu counties.

Detectives said the victim was well-known to cybersecurity experts in the banking sector who often fraudulently entered through various ATMs, analyzing the accounts.

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