Basmati Babes: DCI Releases Photos of Pishori Queens in Samuel Muvota Gang Syndicate

The Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) revealed the identities of 12 women commonly called ‘Basmati Babes’ behind the dangerous ‘Pishori’ administration by Samuel Mugoh Muvota, the man who was shot six times and killed at Mirema Drive

In a social media post on Friday, the DCI said the women were experts at stupefying revellers at popular drinking spots.

They mainly targeted middle-aged to older men whom they suspected to have enough money in their accounts by the way they dressed and the drinks they ordered.

According to the DCI, most of the women had been arrested before, but Muvota bailed them out.

“The babes who are experts in stupefying revellers at popular drinking spots mainly target middle-aged to older men whom they suspect to have fat bank accounts. Going by the brands of the drinks one has ordered to how one is dressed, one can easily pick out a Mubaba with a good bank balance, from a crowd of revellers.”

“Most of them have been arrested before but Muvota always came to their aid by approaching the complainants and refunding them back their money,” DCI stated.

The directorate, however, said that most of the cases were not reported since the victims were reputable people in society.

“Most of these cases often went unreported since the drugged men are mainly married and respectable people in society who wouldn’t wish to let out the skeletons in their cupboards,” DCI stated.

DCI further stated that with the death of Muvota, the Pishori empire has been left without a leader and most of the women have left the city in droves to their rural areas, from where they are monitoring how things unfold.

The directorate urged bar owners to be on the lookout for suspicious women out to spike drinks.

Muvota is said to have recruited over 50 beautiful women who were deployed in major cities to steal from revellers patronizing popular entertainment spots. 

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