The Bodies of two boys aged 18-years who are alleged to have been thrown into Thika River by police have been retrieved.
The bodies of Nicholas Maithia and Asman Kamau were retrieved by residents of Ithanga in Gatanga constituency a week after they were reported missing.
“The bodies of two 18-year old men who were allegedly thrown into Thika River by police, were retrieved by residents of Ithanga in Gatanga constituency.
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Nicholas Maithia and Asman Kamau have been missing for about a week after they were allegedly arrested for brewing chang’aa.” Said Thika Town Today.
Reports confirm that one of the bodies was found with a handcuff on his hand even though the police have distanced themselves from the allegations.
The reports further reveal that the two could have been killed at a different location and their bodies dumped at the river to cover up the murder.
Investigations into the crime are ongoing as the bodies are set to undergo an autopsy to reveal the cause of death.
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