Detectives Discover More Evidence In The Murder Of Catholic Priest Father Kyengo

by Wakili Liam

Detectives investigating the gruesome murder of Machakos Catholic Priest Father Michael Kyengo discovered more evidence pointing to involvement of one suspect Michael Mutunga.

The search took them to Kilifi county where the detectives found Bank withdrawal receipts, blood-stained clothes and newly purchased goods worth Ksh60,000.

The bank account where money was withdrawn belongs to the slain priest., according to DCI.

The murder suspect also repainted father Kyengo’s car from black to white on 12th October 2019, DCI Says.

The DCI says that items recovered have been sent to the government chemist for Forensic Analysis.

Father Michael Kyengo

Father Kyengo disappeared from Thatha Parish in Machakos on October 8, only to be found dead under mysterious circumstances.

On Tuesday, seven days after he was kidnapped he was found dead; his body buried in a shallow grave, near a seasoning river in Makima, Embu County. Two suspects in the murder were arrested and are helping police with investigations.

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