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Notorious drug trafficker arrested in Nairobi

first_imgThe three suspects are in custody awaiting arraignment on Monday.Also Read  Women leaders welcome CJ’s decision to dissolve Parliament A notorious drug trafficker who has been operating with impunity in Nairobi has been arrested.The Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) says the suspect was arrested Sunday by a combined team of detectives from Transnational Organised Crime Unit (TOCU), Special Services Unit (SSU) and Anti Narcotics Unit(ANU) from his hideout in Utawala.Also Read  Noordin Haji reorganizes ODPP in renewed war on graftThe suspect Tom Ouma Aero is also believed to sponsor gangs in Korogocho, Huruma and Dandora to protect his business of drug trafficking.Also Read  KUPPET calls on parents to prepare for early reopening Nabbed also during the Sunday morning operation were two of his associates namely Paul Ochieng Otieno and Stephen Wandera Barasa.Get breaking news on your Mobile as-it-happens. SMS ‘NEWS’ to 20153last_img read more

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Rafael: Van Gaal didn’t like me

first_imgRafael has opened up about his exit from Manchester United, claiming manager Louis van Gaal did not like him. Rafael’s eight-year spell at United came to an end last week when he signed for Lyon for £2.1million. The Brazilian was a regular starter during Sir Alex Ferguson’s final year in charge at Old Trafford, but fell out of favour under David Moyes and started just six Premier League games under Van Gaal last season. While Rafael said he did not know if the fact that he is Brazilian had an effect on his exit – Van Gaal clashed with Giovanni and Rivaldo when at Barcelona – the right-back was left with the impression that the United boss was certainly not a fan of his. “I know this history that he doesn’t like Brazilians, but I can’t say: ‘Oh, he doesn’t like Brazilians.’,” Rafael told Globo Esporte. “I know that he didn’t like me, but if that’s because I’m Brazilian, I don’t know. “The truth is that after Van Gaal arrived, I played little. And a player always wants to play. “Here (at Lyon) I have more playing opportunities.” Rafael’s relationship was clearly stronger with Ferguson, who rang the Brazilian after his move to Lyon went through. The 25-year-old claims Ferguson’s retirement in 2013 was “fatal” to his chances of forging a longer career at Old Trafford. “I did the complete season, when he [Ferguson] left,” he added. “In 2012-13 I played almost every game, it was my best season at United, we were even champions. “And that’s when they changed the manager. That change was fatal for me. I was going well, then Ferguson left.” center_img Press Associationlast_img read more