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I survived 28 bullets when I was heading KANGA SQUAD, all my intestines were out – DCI GEORGE KINOTI says

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DAILY POST: I survived 28 bullets when I was heading KANGA SQUAD, all my intestines were out – DCI GEORGE KINOTI says




Thursday December 20, 2018-Director of Criminal Investigations
(DCI), George Kinoti, has narrated how he survived an assassination attempt when
he tried to rescue a woman who was being robbed by thieves along Jogoo Road.

In an
exclusive interview with a local daily, Kinoti said the date was May 13, 2006
when he was heading the dreaded Kanga squad.
Kinoti
said like a commando he single-handedly confronted the robbers, oblivious of the
danger that was lurking, as the two criminals were not alone.
He said five
thugs pumped lead into his stomach, ripping apart his intestines. They also hit
his legs.
“My
intestines were on the tarmac and those who picked me up declared me dead. On
arrival at the hospital, the nurses placed a tag on me saying ‘dead’,”
Kinoti said.
He said
he went for coma for days but God resurrected him from the dead and gave him a
new lease of life.
“I
engaged the five gangsters. I accepted to die but wanted to save the members of
the public who had gathered there,” the top detective said.
He
concluded by saying the attack occurred when he was threatened with
assassination for probing the attack on Prof Ngugi wa Thiong’o and his wife at
Norfolk apartments in Nairobi.





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