Police launch investigations into ‘Spy Queen’ Jane Mugo attack

Private detective Jane Mugo.

Private detective Jane Mugo.

Detectives at Eldoret are currently investigating a case in which private detective Jane Mugo claims she was attacked by unidentified persons on the Eldoret-Nakuru highway on Thursday night.

According to the self-proclaimed Spy Queen, her car was blocked by armed men driving two vehicles at the Ainabkoi-Kapsabet intersection, and she was injured in the head and hands using a machete.

Its driver, Kevin Okoth, and another passenger, Newton Manyana, were also reportedly abducted in the incident.

Mugo said he drove away in his car, a black Toyota Land Cruiser with license plate KCN 222K, after the attackers left him by the roadside.

A passerby rescued him and took him to Kondoo Police Station and then Burnt Forest County Hospital to file a report.

She was later transferred to Reale Hospital in Eldoret Township, she.

Police told The Star that Mugo "doesn't fully understand the situation, as he appeared stagnant but showed signs of being in pain."

According to Okoth and Manyana, they were abducted by six gunmen, the first with two shots fired into the air and the second at their vehicle, in a report that was later submitted separately to the police.

They say they were blindfolded, beaten with sticks, and then packed into one of the cars where they were abandoned later that night in Narasha Forest, Baringo County.

Okoth's right leg was broken, while Newton Manyana was injured in his body and they were both taken to the Torongo Medical Center.

“It is too early to establish the reason behind the incident,” Ayub Ali Gitonga, Uasin Gishu District Police Commander, told Nation.

"We have launched an investigation, and soon we will be able to uncover the events that led up to the incident," he said.

Mugo's car was found in Mumias on Friday.

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