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The High Court has ordered speedy investigations into the abduction of Nairobi governor Johnson Sakaja's Personal Assitant Osman Khalif who is still missing. Justice Chacha Mwita ordered the police to move fast and arrest the alleged abductors. The Judge has also ordered Nairobi County Regional Director of Criminal Investigation Coordinator Peter Njeru and the police to utilize technology including the closed circuit television (CCTV) cameras at Sarit centre to piece information together that can lead to the arrest of the alleged abductors. Details of this story in our Scales of Justice Segment.
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