See what Former UON student leader, SAMUEL RAGIRA, posted before he was murdered, these facebook posts may lead police to his killers.

Friday, March 15, 2019- Former University of Nairobi student leader, Samuel ‘OCS’ Ragira, was shot dead on Thursday evening at Club 36 market which is  near UON.

Ragira has been very vocal on the market that is  being controlled by suspected members of Mungiki sect who demand  for protection money from traders.

According to the late Ragira, the goons associated with Mungiki demands  for Ksh 10,000 from any trader who wanted to put up a kibanda.

He further  revealed that students were also being harassed by the Mungiki sect.

On March 13,  a day before he was shot dead in cold-blood, Rangira took to his facebook page and exposed how Mungiki goons  are harassing traders at Club 36 market and revealed they had threatened him with a panga ,” It is unfortunate that Mungiki are terrorising Klabu 36 traders with pangas and guns taking advantage of the situation. They are demanding 10K from every trader to build a kibanda. This issue is disturbing as the police are watching it happen. Students are being harassed and others losing their phones. We want to know why the police can side with people terrorising innocent Kenyans. Why should a mama mboga pay 10K to unknown people to do business? Are we managed by terrorists in the name of police? I reported this matter to Jogoo house control room and police were sent but they instead resorted to ignore the situation. We now appeal to the County government and National government to tell us who are these criminals. We cannot allow. Personally I was threatened by a panga. So where are we heading as a nation?He posted.

And on Thursday,  6 hours before  he was shot dead, he posted that goons had invaded the Club 36  market armed with pangas and pistols.

Now they want to grab Klabuu 36.
Goons armed with pangas and pistols to scare people. It cannot happen.He posted.

Here are the last facebook post  by Rangiri that may lead police to his killers.





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