Caroline Kangogo Repetition has occurred as Laikipia police shoots a colleague Dead and ran away

Even before the dust completely settles on Caroline Kangogo’s story, a police officer in Laikipia has shot dead his colleague and went into hiding.

 

 

 

The killer police officer has been identified as one Titus Keen who is based at Doldol Police Station in Laikipia County.

 

 

 

Keen shot and killed his colleague Leonard Ojwang at their residence in police lines in an unclear circumstance.

 

 

Police launched a manhunt for the killer cop after he shot dead his colleague and ran away with a loaded AK-47 rifle which he used for the murder.

 

 

 

More detail of the shocking incident which happened on Wednesday August 18th are still scant at the moment.

 

 

Keen’s action however bring back memories of late killer policewoman Caroline Kangogo who also killed her colleague and went into hiding for two weeks until she alledgely committed suicide at her parents’ home.

 

 

Kangogo became the most wanted woman in Kenya after she shot dead her colleague Constable John Ogweno and businessman Peter Njiru Ndwiga in Nakuru and Kiambu, respectively.

 

 

Constable Ogweno died on July 5th after Kangogo shot him in the head with a single bullet inside a car outside the Kasarani Police Station in Nakuru where they where stationed.

 

 

Days later after killing Ogweno, Kangogo shot dead Ndwiga inside room 107 of Dedamax Kimbo Hotel in Kiambu county.

 

 

 

Kangogo was on the run for two weeks after shooting dead the two men until July 16th when her lifeless body was discovered in a bathroom at her parents’ home.

 

 

Her body had a single gunshot wound on the head, police reported that she committed suicide by shooting herself in the head.

 

 

Kangogo’s death and the crimes she committed were shrouded in controvesies as people sought answers and explanations to her deadly actions.

 

 


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