• Catherine Wawira cried foul, claiming that officers at Manyatta Police Station were reluctant to shed more light on the tragic turn of events.  

Benson Njiru Ndwiga and Emmanuel Mutura Ndwiga
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A mother is demanding justice as two of his sons died after being arrested by police officers for flouting COVID-19 protocols.

Alongside area residents, the mum stormed the Manyatta police station on Wednesday demanding answers over the death of his sons. 

Catherine Wawira cried foul, claiming that officers at Manyatta Police Station were reluctant to shed more light on the tragic turn of events.  

The two, Benson Njiru Ndwiga,22, and Emmanuel Mutura Ndwiga,19, have been missing since Sunday last week and were found lying in Embu mortuary.

Officers from Manyatta Police Station are alleged to have taken in the duo last Sunday at Kianjokoma trading centre where they were selling pork before their bodies were found at the mortuary.

Witnesses confirmed that 22-year-old, Benson Njiru and his 19-year-old brother Emanuel Mutura were arrested by police officers from Manyatta before their bodies were Kibugu trading centre.

The two were students at Don Bosco Technical Institute and Moi Kabaraka University respectively.