Hessy wa Dandora explains mystery surrounding killing of UON student
The student was killed alongside 2 friends at Kariobangi South Roundabout Bridge by the police.
The police claimed that the three were gangsters who had been terrorizing taxi drivers but their parents are crying foul over the matter. The parents have revealed that their children were not criminals but were upright citizens and this was a case of mistaken identity.
Prompting Kenyans to call for justice for the slain youths.
Following the outrage over their deaths, mystery cop Hessy has opened up about the issue and claimed that the three were indeed thugs who the police had been in hot pursuit of before their untimely death.
He claimed that the police ordered them to stop but they didn’t, instead they started firing at the cops and so the police fired back.
“U know I have been keeping quiet and some people had started believing its true this guy was innocent, #DickensWaga... He is the only one Kenyans are talking about leaving aside the other two, but its ok.
Well, it was on a 9th day of this month, Tuesday around saa kumi jioni a police chase started along Kangundo road heading to outer ring road, to Kariobangi south through Mahutini area, through stage 56, sivo stage to sage 36 all this long race, they were being ordered by police officers to stop but in vain, ..they now turned facing the Kariobangi roundabout and immediately they slightly passed Kwa mbao police post, they started firing at police officers. My question is, wot did u expect police officers to do??? ...and that’s the same day we had lost a police officer within Kayole in the hands of criminals.” He wrote in part.
He then went on to add “Honestly, I cannot tell who among them fired at police officers that prompted officers to respond hence fatally injuring the three of them. In such a scenario, u cannot be selective coz u don’t know how heavily they're armed and especially in an over-speeding vehicle: people will always criticize the police work coz of some personal differences or unknown reasons. ...but we're used to such kind of accusations and blames, and the police operations on thugs will not stop.”
Hessy then wrote that just because someone is a university student it does not mean that they cannot be criminals. He then went to cite Mohammed Abdirahim Abdullahi a former University of Nairobi Law student who led Al-Shabaab militants to Garissa University College where 148 people were killed.
“Even the deadliest criminals like Mwane, we read in his Eulogy that he was a land seller in Kayole: lastly, being a university student does not mean u cannot be a criminal, we have seen many criminal students and a good example, the master planner of Garissa university attack that left over 100 students dead: the guy had just graduated as a law student from Nairobi University and son of a chief.”
He then went on to warn the media “Media people, be careful when writing ua articles on newspapers!!!!”
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