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The Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) has revealed the owner of the Subaru car with the license plate number KDK 488L that was seen at the home of former Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiang'i on the evening of February 8, when an alleged invasion took place.

The DCI claimed in a statement that was released on Wednesday that the vehicle in question is owned by Inter Management Group Limited, a security consultant and training firm, and that Peter Gacheru, one of the company's directors, was the one who was behind the wheel.

"Peter Gacheru is one of the directors at Inter Management Group Limited and is a neighbor to the former CS at the Karen Ngong View Estate, which is a gated community," DCI stated.

The DCI has said that it has obtained a letter from lawyer Kethi Kilonzo, who represents the business, verifying the ownership particulars and supplying documents for the car's logbook and insurance policy.

The DCI said that it had gotten statements from both the private security firm that had been engaged to provide extra protection and the VIP police officers who were entrusted with maintaining watch over Dr. Matiang'i's residence in Runda. Both of these statements were collected by the DCI.

DCI added that it has a court order permitting it to gain entry to the CCTV footage from Dr. Matiang'i's home in order to confirm the claims and determine the accuracy of what actually occurred on the night of the dispute between the parties. This was done in an effort to ascertain the validity of what occurred on the night in question.

The Directorate of Criminal Investigation told the public that it will do what needs to be done if it finds evidence that a security officer did something wrong or if it helps figure out that false information was spread on purpose to trick the public.

In addition, the DCI invited anybody who may have intelligence or a complaint about the purported raid to get in touch with the DCI headquarters or any other local police station.

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