Gerald Wambugu Munyeria (Wanugu means the money in the local language), Anthony Ngugi Kanagi (Wacucu means grandma in the local language), and Bernard Matheri Thuo (He was referred to as Rasta because of his dreadlocks ). Before they were killed down, these were Kenya’s most feared criminals.
Daniel Song or Seroney put his life on the line for the benefit of the country, hunting down the most infamous criminals alone. In Israel and the United States of America, Daniel obtained specialized instruction. He is still considered to be one of Kenya’s greatest cops
Daniel was sold out to Rasta by his fellow cops for the murders of his two companions, Wanugu and Wacucu. On December 15, 1999, he was hit by a gunshot fired by his fellow policemen. They fired 56 rounds of gunfire at his vehicle, but he was unharmed. Daniel still has a bullet in his chest due to his inability to raise the two million shillings required for the operation and to make matters worse, the police department has refused to reimburse his medical expenses.
Daniel was relocated to Kakamega after being released from the hospital and told to come to work right once, even though his bullet wounds had not completely healed. He returned to Nairobi to return his two weapons after reporting to Kakamega. A group of six people armed with AK47 kidnapped him from Kakamega senior headquarters 24 hours after he left Nairobi unarmed. His kidnappers ultimately abandoned him outside the Eldoret KCC office after he waited in the boot of a car for four days without being provided food or water.
In 2001, the former head inspector was fired from the force. Despite working for the police department for 17 years, the government ignored him. Daniel returned to his village after being discharged from the police force, where he now lives in poverty.
The whole account of the hero and how he tracked down and killed the legendary crooks is story many will live to tell.