One killed, several injured as Majengo youth in Mombasa avenge killing of murder suspect Guti

One person was killed and three others seriously injured after they were stabbed by angry Majengo youth who went on the rampage to avenge the killing of Hassan Guti on Saturday.

Guti, who is said to be the leader of a gang in the notorious Majengo neighbourhood, was shot dead near Saphire hotel along the Mwembe Tayari Road in Mombasa on Saturday afternoon.

Chaos broke out after the stone-throwing youth attacked motorists and pedestrian after they buried Guti at Kikowani cemetery.

A team of General Service Unit personnel dispersed the youth who attempted to barricade Jomo Kenyatta Avenue, in an operation led by Mombasa police boss Geoffrey Mayek.

Tension remains high in Majengo after Guti’s followers vowed to further avenge his death.


4 in court on terror charges

Four men linked to the Al Shabab were this morning arraigned before the Milimani Magistrate’s Court on terrorism charges.

The suspects were arrested in Majengo area Nairobi in a raid that also uncovered some explosives.

Chief Magistrate Hannah Ndungu ordered that the four be remanded at Kilimani police Station for 7 days to allow police to complete investigations.

2 dead in yet another gang raid in Mombasa

Two people were killed last night after gunmen opened fire indiscriminately at revelers at a bar in Majengo area Mombasa.

Several other people were injured in the assault by the masked men at Sega bar around midnight. The injured are receiving treatment at the Coast Provincial General Hospital.

The attack came less than 24 hours after gunmen on motorbikes shot dead four people among them a minor at Soweto area of Likoni.

Mombasa county commander Robert Kitur says they are still hunting for the gang that also dropped leaflets with messages threatening retaliation for recent killings at the coast.