NTSA official arraigned in Kenyan court over terror attack vehicle

The official; Augustine Mulwa Musembi was arrested during a police raid at the state agency, which handles registration of motor vehicles.



Police have been given 30 days to complete investigations on how the vehicle that ferried the terrorists to the scene was registered after another vehicle with similar number plates was impounded in Kitengela, the day after the January 15 attack that left 21 people dead.Police however disclose that they are questioning several other NTSA officials, but no indication has been given yet that all will be charged.

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Detectives raided the NTSA headquarters located in Upper Hill on Wednesday morning, catching everyone off-guard including members of the public who were being served. There were asked to seek services again on Thursday.

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The building was cordoned off as officers moved in with a special interest in the Registration, IT and Licensing Departments.

Also according to report, an official from an insurance company is among 17 people arraigned already in court over the terror attack, as police seek others

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