The Directorate of Criminal Investigations has once again captured the hearts of social media users after they reported an incident where a vehicle transporting bhang and an illicit brew was nubbed along Southern Bypass with three catholic nuns among the occupants.
According to the DCI’s narration, the incident that happened on Tuesday, September 21, 2021, saw the sleuths nab 13 bales of marijuana and 35 liters of locally distilled Chang’aa brew that was being transported from Malaba.
A vehicle loaded with a consignment of cannabis sativa was last night impounded by detectives, as it made its way into the city. The marijuana that was carefully concealed in 13 bales was recovered from a vehicle that had travelled from Malaba, with four occupants. Paradoxically, three of the passengers were Catholic missionaries from the Benedictine Sisters. The visibly shaken nuns were however not connected to the consignment since they had boarded the vehicle as passengers, headed to a convent in Karen. Read the report
A high-speed chase ensued when the driver of the vehicle ignored stop orders by the DCI Lang’ata division. Realizing that he could not match the speed of the detectives’ Subaru hatchback, the driver jumped off his vehicle and disappeared into the darkness at the Kabage area.
The sisters who were at pains to distance themselves from the drugs explained to the detectives that they had earlier boarded the vehicle at Malaba on the Kenya-Uganda border, paid their fare and the driver was just about to drop them off in Karen, when the detectives flagged down the vehicle.
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