•On a fateful day, the five gunmen alighted from a van before going to Alfred's house.
•The men then handcuffed him as others took turns to check if there was anyone coming.
A video of unknown gunmen believed to have shot dead the brother of a man they abducted in Nairobi has emerged. https://bit.ly/3CbTRu3
A video of unknown gunmen believed to have shot dead the brother of a man they abducted in Nairobi has emerged.
Alfred Ouma Obinya, 29, went missing last Thursday after he was picked up from the Maji Mazuri area in Mwiki. His brother, Kevin Obinya, was killed after being shot 36 times in Utawala.
But in a turn of events, a video, detailing how the killers escaped with Alfred after abducting him at his home, has resurfaced.
On a fateful day, the five gunmen alighted from a van before going to Alfred's house.
They asked him to get out, he obliged, and forced him to kneel down.
One gunman slapped him severally as Alfred knelt as a sign that he had caved into the pressure that he was being put into.
The men then handcuffed him as others took turns to check if there was anyone coming.
Minutes later, the men split into two; one team took Alfred away while the others holding guns were seen entering his house to ensure that no one was in the house.
Alfred and the deceased man Kevin Obinya, 24, ran a matatu business in the city. The family said they had bought two matatus.
Kevin was lured to his death on Friday, September 23, in the morning.
He died in a hail of bullets as he met his former wife who was later kidnapped from the scene and abandoned in Tassia.
The family believes Kevin was killed as he sought to establish the whereabouts of his brother who had been picked from his house earlier on.
Alfred was picked up at about 3 am on Friday while his brother died in a hail of bullets at about 11 am on Friday.