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Kidnapped women found dead

06 December 2012, 12:37

Nairobi - The Standard reports that, gangsters posing as Good Samaritan during the matatu strike kidnapped two women before killing them and dumping their bodies along Thika Road.

Police said one of the deceased is a practicing lawyer while the second one works with the City Council of Nairobi.

The women went missing since Monday and their bodies were discovered by the roadside by passersby who alerted police. The bodies were later taken to the Thika mortuary.

- For more details visit the Standard


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