A woman who lived with one of Dusit complex terrorists tried to sell their house items a day before the cold blood attack happened.
On Facebook, Junior Red posted on Kilimani moms Market place and Soko Huru that ‘they’ were selling house hold items because they were leaving Nairobi.
She first posted n Soko Huru on January 9, 2019 and on Kilimani Moms Market place on January 14 on 7.45am.
What you do not know is that Junior Red is Violet Kemunto Omwoyo, who was arrested on Tuesday night at Guango Estate, Kiambu County where she was living with the terror king pin Ali Salim Gichunge.
On the CCTV, a plump man seen in a cape and leading the others is Salim.
She told buyers to either call her number or that of Salim. A search of the two numbers led to their names.
Among the things she was selling are men loafers shoes, her own shoes, fridge, LG smart TV, seven seater sofa, a black microwave, large rice cooker among other items.
For the shoes, buyers were to part with Sh 2,000 while the sofa set which she claims on the post to be only one-month old would cost Sh 75, 000.
“We are moving out of Nairobi this week so it is a quick sale. Prices are slightly negotiable. Call or text 0723… or 0704 …,” she posted.
Her profile shows she does not have friends and was last updated in November last year with picture of a jenny (a female donkey) and her young one.
Kemunto in her profile says she comes from Meru but lives in Nairobi. Ploring further into her wall, it shows that she likes Akothe Music while have a number of TV stations that she has interests in, among them Aljazeera, CNN.
Detectives were drawn into Salim’s life by the Toyota Ractis car which was used to carry out the terror attack, KCN 340E. It emerges that the number plates are similar to a light blue Ractis which is often seen in Kitengela, meaning he had obtained fake plates.