Private detective Jane Mugo has spoken up about last week's kidnapping ordeal that left her and her two bodyguards injured and admitted in hospital.

According to a statement made at Kondoo police station where the incident was first reported, Mugo and her aides were carjacked by six men armed with AK-47 rifles at around 6:30 pm while on their way to Bungoma for an event.

Mugo has alleged that the attack could be related to her investigation into a murder case "which is linked to police officers in Busia".

Mugo also revealed that her family advised her to drop the investigation.

"During the investigations two weeks ago, we realised that a police officer might have been involved in the murder. We agreed as a family not to pursue the issue. Four suspects are already in custody" she said.

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The detective has also linked the incident to her intentions to vie for the Kirinyaga County women rep position in next year's elections

"One of my four abductors demanded to know what is pushing me into Kirinyaga county politics," she said.

Uasin Gishu Police Commander, Ayub Gitonga, said that they have started investigations into the incident.

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