|Muhammed Ahmed Mohammed Hassan, the doctor's wanted by police over Venezuelan ambassador death.|
By Cyrus Ombati and Judy Ogutu
Police say they cannot trace Muhammed Ahmed Mohammed Hassan who has been mentioned in the probe into the death of the envoy whose body was discovered in her Runda home last Friday.
“The person whose photographs are hereby attached going by the names Muhammed Ahmed Mohammed Hassan is wanted by Criminal Investigations Department Nairobi Area in connection with a case of murder involving the late Mrs Olga Fonsesca Jimerez who was until her tragic death the charge D'affairs Venezuelan Embassy in Nairobi,” said police spokesman Eric Kiraithe.
Kiraithe asked for public help to trace Hassan and revealed a warrant of arrest had been issued by a Nairobi court on July 31.
Detectives handling the case of the ambassador led by Nairobi CID police boss Nicholas Kamwende moved to court to request a warrant of arrest for Mr Hassan.
Investigations had shown the suspect is a close friend of the embassy’s First Secretary Dwight Saragay, who was arraigned on Monday over the same charges.
State counsel Tabitha Ouya, applied for a 14-day detention of Mr Dwight but was given six days to allow his office complete investigations before bringing up formal murder charge against
Lady Justice Florence Muchemi ruled that the suspect will be detained for six and not 14 days as requested by the State.
Mr Sagaray was arrested on Saturday after his diplomatic immunity was waived, but police did not manage to compile all the necessary evidence.
Two other guards were charged with failing to stop a felony over the same incdent.
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