Private detective Jane Mugo was reportedly attacked on her way from Bungoma to Nairobi County on Thursday, November 25.
Mugo was attacked by unknown individuals at around 6.30 p.m. at the intersection of Ainabkoi-Kapsabet.
In a police report submitted to the Sheep Police Station in Kesses, Uasin Gishu County, Mugo claimed his captors blocked his vehicle using a Subaru sedan. He could not trace the car’s license plate numbers.
The suspects wounded Mugo in the face and arms with machetes.
In addition, they abducted his driver, Kevin Okoth, and a passenger named Newton Manyana, and then took Mugo’s car, a Prado.
Some of the other items stolen include; his two mobile phones and his personal belongings.
Following the attack, Mugo was treated at Burnt Forest County Hospital before being transferred to Reale Hospital in Eldoret.
Investigations into the case have begun and police are seeking to convict the suspects who are still being held.
The detective recently announced his intention to run for the 2022 election.
The controversial investigator has indicated that he will run for the Kirinyaga constituency.
Mugo expressed his desire to give back to the community, adding that he was ready to serve the people of Kirinyaga.