The body believed to be that of the missing lawyer Willie Kimani and another thought to be of his missing taxi driver have been found at Kilimambogo.
The two bodies were pulled out of Ol Donyo Sabuk River in Kilimambogo late Thursday and taken to the City Mortuary.
A lawyer Duncan Kinuthia who has seen the bodies has said that he has confirmed one of them to be that of Kimani, but the family is yet to verify this.
Police are yet to verify the identity of the other body thought to be that of the lawyer’s client or taxi driver who had taken them to Mavoko Law courts on the day they were abducted.
At City Mortuary, the superintendent in charge said two bodies were brought in by police at 8.15am from Ol-Donyo Sabuk.
Some of the mortuary attendants said the bodies were found with their hands tied at their back.
The records at the morgue show that their cause of death was drowning.
Law Society of Kenya advocate Dan Kinuthia said the two were severely beaten and strangled. Their bodies are swollen and in bad shape, he said.
He said he identified the lawyer, “because he was my friend. He was a tiny guy but his body is too swollen…likely they killed him a long time ago,” he said, outside the mortuary
Three police officers, including an Administration Police officer involved in the case Kimani was pursuing in court have been arrested following orders of Inspector General Joseph Boinnet.