Acting Nairobi Hospital Acting Finance Director Eric Maigo might have been killed by a minor, Detectives from the Director of Criminal Investigation (DCI) have said.
In a statement on Friday, September 22, DCI identified Ann Adhiambo alias Nut, as the prime suspect in the murder of Eric.
According to DCI, the suspect is aged between 15 and 17 years old, and she sat her Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) between 2021 and 2022.
“The suspect, who has since been identified as Ann Adhiambo alias Nut, is currently on the run and is believed to be between 15 to 17 years old. She is said to have sat her KCPE examination at the Dagoretti-approved school between 2021 and 2022,” DCI said.
In what appeared that the detectives were close to arresting the suspect, DCI said they had recovered clothes captured on CCTV which are believed to have been worn by the suspect.
They said the clothes were recovered from a semi-permanent house in Bombolulu village, within the Kibra settlement.
“The clothes a red checkered shirt and a grey pair of animal-print pants were found in a semi-permanent wooden shack in Bombolulu village, deep inside the sprawling Kibira settlement,” detectives added.
After the clothes captured on camera went viral, the suspect the suspect has now camouflaged in new clothes in an attempt to evade the arrest.
Maigo was reportedly stabbed 25 times in his neck, chest, and face at his home in Woodley Estate on the outskirts of Nairobi on Friday, September 15.
Two blood-stained knives believed to have been the murder weapons were recovered from the scene of the crime.
DCI is now asking members of the public to volunteer any information that may lead to the immediate arrest of the suspect.