DCI Steps Up Investigation In Starlet Wahu’s Murder Case, Seeks Witnesses

The Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) is ramping up its efforts to solve the brutal murder of 26-year-old socialite Starlet Wahu Mwangi. With prime suspect John Matara in custody, the DCI is actively seeking additional information and witness testimony.

In a statement issued on Sunday, January 7th, the DCI commended those who have already come forward with accounts of their interactions with Matara and urged any further victims or witnesses to step up. The statement encourages people who may have experienced “the suspect’s animosity” to formally report their ordeals at the Regional Criminal Investigations Office in Nairobi or their nearest police station.

“We encourage more witnesses of such brutality and monstrous attacks to come out and record statements with our detectives. Meanwhile, the DCI commits to painstakingly investigate this brutal murder of such a young Kenyan,” the DCI stated.

The DCI also issued a broader call for public vigilance and awareness, cautioning against individuals who might appear friendly but harbor malicious intentions. They emphasized the importance of reporting instances of “brutality and monstrous attacks” to assist in this and future investigations.

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