Two domestic workers are among suspects wanted by police for a robbery incident at the house of Mabior Garang in Kilimani, Nairobi.
Reports indicate that the home of the senior South Sudan government official was raided on Tuesday. Four men, armed with a pistol and crude weapons, are said to have broken into the house around midday and tied up the occupants of the house- Mabior’s brother and his wife.
The gang then made away with Sh95,000, US$28,000, seven golden necklaces, three sets of golden bungles, 12 golden rings, three bracelets, four gold watches and ten mobile phones all valued at Sh2.8 million.
Margaret Alwet, 36, who is the minister’s relative, told police that she received a call from her brother who informed her that a gang armed with a pistol and metal rods stormed into their residence and tied them up in the living room.
She reported the incident at Kilimani Police Station and investigations have since been launched.
Kilimani OCPD Michael Muchiri said the house-helps, believed to be Ugandan, fled with the attackers in what they suspect was an inside job.
“The women left with the attackers and we suspect they knew something on the attack. Let them surrender.”
Ironically, the family has been enjoying state protection since they moved into the country.
Nairobbery in all its glory!