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DJ Joe Mfalme: Sequence Of Events That Led To The Demise Of Felix Kitosi

The death of DCI Inspector Felix Kelian Kitosi has elicited varied reactions on social media platforms. 

DJ Joe Mfalme, whose real name is Joseph Mwenda, has been linked to the senseless death of the Deputy DCIO, which was sparked by a road rage incident.

WoK compiles the sequence of events that led to the death of Kitosi

March 16

Kitosi and an unnamed woman had attended an event at Club Texas in Kiambu where DJ Joe Mfalme was the guest DJ. At around 4am, as they were leaving the entertainment spot, Kitosi’s car rear ended DJ Joe Mfalme’s car. 

According to press reports, the damage to the DJ’s car bumper was minimal. 

Altercation

An angry DJ Joe Mfalme, accompanied by his bouncer Allan Ochieng, also known as Ballo, his photographer Eric Kariuki Gathua, also known as Ricco, and his driver Simon Wambugu, directed their rage towards Kitosi, beating him up repeatedly.

Police Station

The DJ and his crew proceeded to Kikuyu Police Station to record a statement. Kitosi received another round of beating by his fellows inside the station. The officers, Sammy Rotich Cherono, Khadija Abdi Wako and Agnes Kerubo Mugo, have since been arrested. 

Rushed to hospital

Kitosi, who had bled profusely, was taken home by a friend before being rushed to hospital. Meanwhile, DJ Joe Mfalme and his crew were let go.   

The friend had already alerted his colleagues at the Dagoretti sub-county Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) office that their colleague had been attacked and was at Kikuyu Police Station. 

They went to the station and notified the officers that the person they had roughed up was their colleague. 

Cover up

A police signal sent to police headquarters regarding the unfortunate incident only implicated DJ Joe Mfalme accomplices but his name was missing. 

The cover up did not end there. A postmortem test conducted by a government pathologist at Umash Funeral Home showed that he had underlying conditions that could have caused his death. 

The second post mortem conducted by a police pathologist showed he had died of sudden cardiovascular collapse and blunt abdominal trauma.