April 13, 2024
Azimio leaders accompany Ex-Mungiki leader, Maina Njenga to DCI headquarters

Ex-Mungiki leader, Maina Njenga present himself at DCI headquarters accompanied by host of Azimio coalition leaders

Ex-Mungiki leader, Maina Njenga present himself at DCI headquarters accompanied by host of Azimio coalition leaders.

Former Mungiki leader Maina Njenga on Thursday, May 25 presented himself to the Directorate of Criminal Investigation headquarters.

He was in company of Azimio principals led by Marth Karua, former Cabinet Secretary Eugene Wamalwa and George Wajackoyah among other leaders.

Also present were former Murang’a Governor Mwangi wa Iria and former Ndaragwa Member of Parliament (MP) Jeremiah Kioni.

Aa crowd of supporters milled around the leaders, greeting the former Mungiki leader and his entourage when they arrived.

Njenga and crew had to alight outside the DCI headquarters and walk in as their cars were barred from entering the premises.

This comes after DCI officers said they were looking for him in relation to the recovery of two firearms and over 90 rolls of bhang at a home linked to him in Nakuru.

Njenga presented himself at the Nakuru law courts Wednesday following reports police were looking for him.

He was with his lawyer Ndegwa Njiru when he presented himself in court.

From the court, the former Mungiki leader presented himself to the Nakuru County Directorate of Criminal Investigation offices to record a statement.

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It is there that he was told to go to to the DCI headquarters in Nairobi, Thursday.

He had gotten an anticipatory bail on Tuesday stopping police from arresting or detaining him over claims of possession of two guns and 90 rolls of bhang.

According to documents, the police also accused him of being a member of an organized criminal group.

Maina was the leader of the Mungiki until it was annihilated by the state and banned by the Mwai Kibaki administration, when the late John Michuki was in charge of security. 

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