Suspect Arrested In Kenya: Two murder suspects wanted in the UK: The cases of criminal offenses are constantly increasing. As per the data, most of the cases which have been registered are related to murder. As per the latest report, British officials have been looking for escapees to answer to murder charges, after the killing charges, after the brutal or lethal murder of a young man who was stabbed and left for demise in the United Kingdom. The suspects of this brutal murder are presently being processed at DCI headquarters prior to being deported to the United Kingdom to give answers to their crimes. Follow More Update On GetIndiaNews.com

Suspect Arrested In Kenya

Suspect Arrested In Kenya

After a great attempt, two murder suspects who are wanted in the UK have been apprehended in Nairobi’s upmarket Kilimani area in Kenya. The suspects recognized as Mohamud Siyad Abdihakim (24-years-old) and Tariq Kennedy Mangal (21-years-old) were apprehended by Transnational and Organized Crimes detectives with the help of the investigation officers from the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) after following the intelligence leads.

Geroge Kinoti, the director of DCI stated Abdihakim was smashed at AL-DAR apartments while his aide was captured from house No. A803 in Mideya Gardens, where they have been hiding since tiptoeing into the country in the year 2019.

On Wednesday, 26th January 2022, DCI Kenya said “The officials of British have been looking for the escapees to answer to killing charges, after the cruel killing of a young man who was stabbed and left for dead in the UK.”

The DCI said that the murder suspects will be processed at the headquarters of DCI prior to being extradited to the United Kingdom to answer to their crimes.

The uptown Nairobi estate in earlier times has been characterized by rising crime cases ranging from drug trafficking, money laundering, among others. Not only this but also a number of foreigners and even locals have been nabbed inside the Kilimani area. The arrest of the 2 comes just days after another wanted escapee was grasped in Nairobi. The fugitive was on the radar of police over his alleged engagement in the smuggling of people to Europe in a human trafficking conglomerate.

The county Kenya has enjoyed a close relationship with global agencies which has prompted the prosecution of several international fugitives. Earlier in the month of January a 53-years-old John Habeta- a Dutch national of Eritrean descent was apprehended in Kenya following a covert operation by the detectives of DCI.

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