A vehicle that had been parked near Nairobi Hospital caused panic among members of the public who immediately called for the attention of the DCI.
Several photos were shared online and detectives swiftly acted by inspecting the vehicle.
The DCI later announced that the vehicle had been detained for further analysis and assured members of the public that there was nothing to worry about.
“Detectives acted swiftly on receiving info about a suspicious vehicle that had been parked near Nairobi Hospital for a couple of days.
“Vehicle thoroughly searched by #CSI personnel & nothing suspicious found…detained for further Analysis.
“Owner is a Freelance Journalist in S/Sudan,” said the DCI.
Detectives acted swiftly on receiving info abt a suspicious vehicle that had been parked near Nairobi Hospital for a couple of days. Vehicle thoroughly searched by #CSI personnel & nothing suspicious found;Detained for further Analysis. Owner is a Freelance Journalist in S/Sudan. pic.twitter.com/4FDksMJdcu
— DCI KENYA (@DCI_Kenya) May 14, 2019
Well in. No taking chances. Kudos DCI. There is hope for this country. How I pray the other critical departments of GOK pick up and get us moving forward. Proud of you.
— Kenya's perfect Idiot (@KielelezoKipya) May 14, 2019
Good. How about you find cars that have been reported stolen? KAV595P stolen on 11/4/19 from Monrovia street. Reported at Central PS OB No. 112/11/4/2019. Kazi Kwenu!
— JohnG🇰🇪 (@john_giks) May 14, 2019
Kindly elaborate on the role of a sudan journalist in those areas while the real news is taking place back at home, against the norms you haven't given the name of the journalist, why hold the mv if it's clean?
— strategist (@juniorgift) May 15, 2019
You are really idol, can you investigate the rampant corruption in public universities
— G. Kakai Kulabusia(Med Immunologist Specialist ) (@kulabusia) May 14, 2019
Security heightened in places of worship during the holy month of Ramadan. #RamadanMubarak
— National Police Service-Kenya (@NPSOfficial_KE) May 15, 2019