“Mystery Unfolds at Karen Mansion”
Following reports of a break-in at the Prime Cabinet Secretary Musalia Mudavadi’s Karen mansion, things are getting murkier by the minute. While some say the reports are false, others are pointing to a CCTV camera that captured two thieves jumping over the security perimeter wall earlier.
“Son’s Report Conflicts with Police Statement”
The situation is complicated by the report filed by Mudavadi’s son, Moses, who claimed that he was notified of the incident by the house help. This contradicts the statement given by Lang’ata OCPD Monica Kimani, who denied claims of the incident, saying that such a thing could not happen at a well-guarded senior government official’s residence.
“CCTV Footage Sheds Light on the Matter”
But the CCTV camera tells a different story. It shows two male suspects accessing the Prime CS’s compound by jumping over the security perimeter wall between 4:30 pm and 5:00 pm. According to the initial police report, the suspects then entered some rooms at the compound, stole some items, and escaped before anyone noticed.
“Guards and Workers Give Statements”
Ten General Service Unit (GSU) officers who were manning the home-recorded their statements at a nearby police station. The senior officers disclosed that they have obtained the workers’ statements and the CCTV footage to assist with the investigation.
“Two Suspects Arrested”
From the information obtained through the CCTV footage, two men were captured jumping over the security perimeter wall. One suspect had concealed his face with a plastic bag, but the police were quick to make arrests in connection with the incident.
“Faulty Electric Fence or Intentional Switch Off?”
Preliminary reports indicate that the electric fence of Mudavadi’s home was faulty, offering a leeway for the thugs to get in and out of the mansion undetected. An investigation has been launched to probe whether the fence was never repaired or was intentionally switched off prior to the incident.
“Stay Tuned for More Updates on this Developing Story”