The Private Bikers Association of Kenya held peaceful demonstrations in demand of justice for the four individuals who were victims of instant Justice by a mob in Kitengela.
The demonstrations were held on August 15, 2021.
Today the @PrivateBikersKe did a ride in honour of our fallen brothers ???? Spoiler, Nico, Freddy and Vicky, may justice be found and may your loved ones find peace ???????? pic.twitter.com/DhH5PGLv6T— Kairetu ka Nduthi (@FaithKanja) August 15, 2021
The bikers rode from Sabaki to Kitengela Police Station in honour of their fallen fellow riders and to protest their killing.
They also asked for the authority’s speedy action in bringing the perpetrators of the heinous act to book.
On Sunday last week, a group of herders descended on Fredrick Mureithi Wanjiru 30, his brother Victor Mwangi Wanjiru 27, two of their cousins Mike George 29 and Nicholas Musa 28.
The herders allegedly mistook the four for cattle rustlers and attacked them with all manner of weapons, mercilessly killing them on the spot, torching their motorbikes and any personal effects they had on them.
Kajiado County police commander Muthuri Mwongera said they started investigations in search of the killers and added that the area is working together with the Directorate of Criminal Investigations to apprehend the culprits.
However, a witness recounted what happened and revealed some chilling details that people well known to them lynched and killed the young men.