, NAIROBI, Kenya, Dec 5 – Three suspects are expected in court Tuesday morning to face charges of robbery with violence following the shooting of Deputy Chief Justice Philomena Mwilu’s driver in Nairobi last month.
The men are expected at the Kibera Law Courts to face the charges and police say they have been linked to more than five other robbery incidents and three murders in Kiambu.
They were arrested last month after a mobile phone robbed from a KDF officer led police to them.
Police from Karuri Police Station had been following up the murder of KDF officer Francis Wanyonyi since August.
They were later found with a pistol stolen from the DCJ’s driver and the one used to shoot him.
Constable Titus Musyoka was alone at the time of the shooting on the roadside opposite Impala Club on Ngong Road.
Mwilu was not in the car during the incident.