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Friday, April 11, 2008

PNU Makes Its First Move In Grand Anti-ODM Dirty Tricks

KACC Asks Mudavadi To Explain Kshs 10 Million Woodley House

The move that PNU masde this morning has been expected for months now. Those who have been regular readers of this blog will know that in the run up to the failed elections of last year and with dwindling support from Western province, this blogger was reliably informed that Musalia Mudavadi’s file was being looked at with blackmail being high on the minds of PNU operatives then.

One thing Kenyans should not forget about the duly elected president is that he has never made a decisive decision in his life. He always moves and hesitates a million times before finally making his move very late when the very effectiveness it may have had has been completely diluted. The Mudvadi issue is no exception because this writer is very much aware that it has been in the works now for a long time. Just the way William Ruto’s is still in the works.

Now after weeks of intimidating Musalia Mudavadi, the Kenya Anti Corruption Commission which is best known for prosecuting traffic policemen for taking Kshs 50 from matatu touts, has this morning moved to the high court to compel Mudavadi to appear before it to disclose how he acquired a Woodley house valued at Kshs 10 million which is in his name.

With that single move PNU have hit right at the heart of ODM in a strategy that is meant to create cracks of disunity within the ODM pentagon top brass of the party. It is yet another classic example of how justice in Kenya is so selective. The game is really very simple. Any ODM Pentagon member who dares to lift a finger will be told; “File yako pia tunangali.” (We are also looking into your file).

Interestingly in all the suspect deals that Mudavadi may have been involved in the past, those involving retired President Moi have been very conveniently ignored and the one chosen is a mere Kshs 10 million house in Woodley. Indeed it is the same reason that has helped William Ruto avoid harassment from KACC because most of his deals during the Kanu days involved Mama na Baba President Moi (now retired). President Moi, a close advisor of the duly elected president is obviously being protected and the idea is to keep his name out of the limelight as much as possible as his assets around the world are moved.

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43 comments:

demogod said...

The funny thing about this is that PNU is illegally in the government and has no mandate from the people, moreover the grand coalition agreements passed through must be adhered to, thus how is this questioning being derived at. We have had "billions" stolen by the very PNU & MOI cronies and not one single cent has been recovered and nor justice has been served.

Hopefully, ODM better have a solid strategy to counter such nuances and ensure that they are united in fighting the cause. PNU strategy in my opinion will backfire because this will open a whole can of worms, and divide the country further into another ethinic eruption. This is a very dangerous strategy of selective justice.

Daniel Waweru said...

PNU strategy in my opinion will backfire because this will open a whole can of worms, and divide the country further into another ethinic eruption. This is a very dangerous strategy of selective justice.

This - like Moi's prediction of violence if parties named something other than 'KANU' were allowed to contest elections - is a prediction of what you will do rather than what will happen.

Anonymous said...

What's so hard with going into KACC offices and explaining a bogus transaction? This blog is slowly becoming an ODM mouthpiece of very sad apologists.

I'm out of this dump!

M-Pesa

Nbi Kenya.

Anonymous said...

M- pesa move uve over staid....

Anonymous said...

The PNU BRIGADES lead by general keg de othaya is what the wa swahili saya SIKIO LA KUFA HALINA DAWA. The strategy of selective justice will hurt the house of mumbi than any other community. The entire country is up against this house of mumbi. There are being chased all over the country, more in the rift valley province, the next will be western province , I tell you guys The western province will not just sit watching musalia midavadi being fried. IT S A VERY WRONG TIME TO DEAL WITH SUCH CASES. But as i said The PNU will eventually have to give up. soon they will lose FORD K and new FORD, Which will pave for a motion of no confidence which will be easilyu passed.

Daniel Waweru said...

The entire country is up against this house of mumbi. There are being chased all over the country, more in the rift valley province, the next will be western province , I tell you guys The western province will not just sit watching musalia midavadi being fried. IT S A VERY WRONG TIME TO DEAL WITH SUCH CASES

That's better. Direct threats of ethnic murder in retaliation for KACC investigations. Demogod, watch and learn.

Anonymous said...

Investigations sir if not deemed to be above board will not fly the money is allegedly stolen from the kenya public and the kenyan public can decide what to do about it not what Ringera who was appointed by the thief says, never forget that..the only man in central said it well the law is an ass we are not obligated to follow laws that we think are being used for unterior motives this is not Ringera country its kenya for all kenyan and we have our priorities its not for Ringera to set the AGENDA!!!!!....one can creat a law for anything including justfyin theft or even rape just make it law....when will PANUA get it that first you must win the battle of the peoples heart coming with laws will not get you anywhere.....dialogue with kenyans and lets share this country equally any attenpt at conning us legally will only ensure that u get nowhere we are not fools....in whoes interest is Ringera doing all this? The kenyan public? Absolutley not. if he wants to be told what his job is we will.....we have our priorities if he is truely our servant he should know that. but obviously he has another agender using our money to try and persecute the very people who are trying to get us somewhere the guy is mistaken......like your wacthmen tryning to stop you entering you own house......the idiot....

Anonymous said...

If kacc does not work its a problem. If it works its a problem. Whats the problem with kenyans. This is what ails kenya - we only read ill motives as long as our tribesman is concerned. The courts are there to arbitrate. If he got the house through corruption then he is corrupt. ama? if not he will be clean. Any national leader should stand for scrutiny. Otherwise what makes him not take another move on other property. The only problem could be the timing - but alikula pekee yake. The long hands of the law are with him. Mwizi hana chake,

Anonymous said...

If Musalia 'stole' the Woodley house then he, like pastor Paul, must relinquish. So must all thieves in ODM and PNU. That said, even the most ardent PNU apologist like the ex-Kumekucha blogger M-pesa (who will return to the dump after a few days of cooling down), recognize that the sudden outburst of KACC activities amount to political witch-hunting. In the very least, it's 'rule by intimidation'. Folks, look at the timing. These are desperate PNU moves.

Such are the political tools of Museveni, Kibaki's new found bosom buddy. Very soon, Kenya's advocates for change will be accused of rape, treason, sabotage, carjacking…. Chris will be charged with subversion while Phil will be charged with infiltrating political houses with intent to steal secret dossiers. Luke and Ritch must prepare to go to Kamiti for writing political poems. In all these, PKW and Daniel Waweru will be held for a few days at central police cells…to make things look fair. Taabu, well, the man is safely out of the country.

Anonymous said...

The law is made by one man or one class of men. And since law cannot operate without the sanction and support of a dominating force, this force must be entrusted to those who make the laws.

This fact, combined with the fatal tendency that exists in the heart of man to satisfy his wants with the least possible effort, explains the almost universal perversion of the law. Thus it is easy to understand how law, instead of checking injustice, becomes the invincible weapon of injustice. It is easy to understand why the law is used by the legislator to destroy in varying degrees among the rest of the people, their personal independence by slavery, their liberty by oppression, and their property by plunder. This is done for the benefit of the person who makes the law, and in proportion to the power that he holds.


Men naturally rebel against the injustice of which they are victims. Thus, when plunder is organized by law for the profit of those who make the law, all the plundered classes try somehow to enter—by peaceful or revolutionary means—into the making of laws. According to their degree of enlightenment, these plundered classes may propose one of two entirely different purposes when they attempt to attain political power: Either they may wish to stop lawful plunder, or they may wish to share in it.


Woe to the nation when this latter purpose prevails among the mass victims of lawful plunder when they, in turn, seize the power to make laws!

Anonymous said...

Chris,

What really is your point? That he did not steal the house? He will then be required to provide necessary ownership docs. Simple. End of case. Or is it that the timing is wrong? When is it the right time to prosecute a corruption case?

I think also every case should be looked at in its own merit. The fact that they have not succeeded in puting Ruto behind bars does not mean they will fail with Mudavadi. Again, you have failed to acknowledge recent success in repossessing Grand Regency Hotel.

Let us separate KACC from the political tom and jerry games.

JEFF

demogod said...

DW:

Face the reality, PNU are a bunch of thugs masquerading as "god loving" politicians, they have no respect for the common man, they should be hanged for their crimes against Kenyans, especially the buffoons at ECK.

Everyone has an opinion so lets leave it at!!!

Anonymous said...

Chris,

You also (conveniently) forgot other cases that need urgent prosecution. Thabiti Finance, Luo Thrift Co.,Mollasses, Kenya National Assurance, Kenya pipiline co., Goldenberg, Agloleasing. When are we going to know the truth.

JEFF

Anonymous said...

Kibaki is a grand failure.Anything he does is tribal and corrupt.

Anonymous said...

Ringera is a political appointee.......they guy told Githongo to cool off he even said nobody will prosecuted for the anglo fleecing in kebakis tenure sir wake up.......selective justice is wrong!!! creates uncertainty and will result in chaos.....Ringera is not there to fight corruption in general thats the work off the police what that guy was put there for ws to catcht the anglo leasing kinda stuff.....now he is using it for political nonsense....Ringera should read the mood of the country and deal with the crimes the he was employed principally to do, get the money looted..the woodley hse is not urgent mudavadi cannot even move it or go hide it........chase the billions that are fluttring in foreign bank accounts that need to be brought back that is why he has such a hefty salary.....idiot..

Anonymous said...

@7:41

Yes, let's start with the latest cases, still fresh in our minds:

1)ECK and vote stealing in 49 cases, 2000 people dead (EU revealed again yesterday). The culprit is Kibaki

2)Artur Bros and 64 billion Ksh drugs case. The culprit Kibaki's daughter (Kibaki received them at state house)

3)Aglo-Reasing (Kirauti, Murungaru, Awuori, Kibaki)

4) Goldenberg (Kamlesh, Saitoti, etc)

Can KAAC finish these before we go to the other ones like land cases in Central immediately after independence (The Cause of Kikuyu sufferings)?

Taabu said...

Jeff you are SPOT ON fraud is fraud and must be ruthlessly attacked from all angles. But the person wilding the club must be beyond repproach, ama? Not one who tells a vitim to his face no prosecetion in his watch and then turns a blind eye only to cherry-pick on what serves a political motive. You cannot bake, have your cake and gobble it, or can you?

Raila Mzuri said...

I don’t understand this ODM, they said once in the govt, they will root out corruption, and when PNU prosecute corrupt individuals, they cry foul, they said they will deal with security, and when PNU deals with militias like SLDF they cry abuse of human life.
They warn people of buying Safaricom shares, people still went along with it.

Get a life ODM!

Anonymous said...

Chris, u r looking at this literally. What u should be doing is looking at the behind the scenes of going after the son of Mudamba.

Most PNU figures 9(yes even the hardcore ones) would rather deal with Mudavadi than with Raila. Why?

1. They already know that Mudavadi is being watched by the other pentagon members but inorder to strike a deal without interference from other members, they have to corner him "within" the law.

2. They know that Mudavadi can work easily with both ODM members and also with hardline PNU members for the simple reason he has no spine. He is just like Kibz.

3. If (I'll repeat that again, If) elections are held today, he would be readily acceptable as a neutral person if (I used that word again) RAO and Kibz are not acceptable to the rest of the masses. (than Kalooser).

My peni mbili. Sasa chambua the rest that I didnt.

Anonymous said...

Like it or not, Kibaki and PNU will continue to execute mandate for the next 6 years. Kazi iendelee!

Itina

Jaramugo said...

Who is this Salim Lone Fool? He is nothing but a HE-GOAT. Kenya is a not a place of INDIANS to RAPE.

This He-Goat needs to go to Barahindi and be the spokesmen to those peasants washing in the Gandhi River and eating fecal matter as they cremate their dead.

Salim Lone is not worth anything...Jinga yeye, Mbuzi ya mwanaume...these are the people who have raped our country. MUHINDI huyu ni HE-GOAT!!!

Anonymous said...

@8:52
you seem not understand much.

ODM doesnt want selective justice. Can you get the point?

KAAC should start with ECK, then corrupt swearing in of Kibaki and then;
1)Murder of Were and Too by PNU
2)Anglo-Leasing
3)Murder of Mbai by PNU
4)Drug 64 bill shill by Kibaki's daughter+Artur bros
5)goldenberg

ODM wants a clean and not politically motivated and cosmetic prosecutions.

Mudavadi case should come after Kibaki's, Arturs, Murungaru and Kirauti cases. Finish that and then follow Moi, Mudavadi, Ruto, etc.

Wanjiku Unlimited said...

Meanwhile Mungiki has started eating into itself. Maina Njenga's wife were tortured and killed. Just weeks after mungiki supporters poured into the streets in support of their leader.

Wanjiku Unlimited said...

Sorry I meant wife and Driver have been killed.

Taabu said...

Not to be tagged insensitive, ogres devour their own. Any militia just like the mafia is prone to have bloody fall outs and sour grapes. Well, she was no average lady as seen in the Rav4. But the sooner the official patron of Munjiki denounces and eradicates the sect he is unwitting the very mchete whose blades will soon kiss his skull. That is the price of being a JANAWEED president, but does he have anything to worry about?

Anonymous said...

I think we are all missing the point here. If Mudavadi has the titles, transactions were overboard - he has an opportunity to shame these PNU shenanigans. Am sorry guys but i suffered so much over during KANU days that i have no respect for someone who was baba na mama through an dthrough. These are mudavadi, kalooser, nyaga, ruto, uhuru etc. These KANU diehard do not mean well for kenya. they just want to eat again. mudavadi should carry his own cross. let him prove to us in this blog that he innocent. These john come latelies democrats are the problem kenya is what is to day.

Where were they when we were suffering? where were they when there was unequal development? didnt they cheer moi through and through. Kila mtu abebe mzigo wake.

Daniel Waweru said...

I am completely unable to understand why Jaramugo's comment remains up. It's a piece of clear hate-speech; as distinct from Wanjiku's and Taabu's comments, which are (merely!) repulsive gloating over the murder of Njenga's wife.

ODM doesnt want selective justice. Can you get the point?

That is quite correct. Indeed, they don't want justice at all, which is why they have feted Jackson Kibor, argued against the the implementation of the Goldenberg and Ndung'u reports, and are now threatening to ensure that RVP remains permanently Kikuyu-free .

The argument about selective justice is mildly irrelevant. The argument is whether there is good evidence to prosecute cases of corruption. If there is, then the cases ought to be prosecuted. That other people have been just as corrupt doesn't remove one's liability before the law. And if selective justice is at stake, why can't PNU use that argument and say that none of its members ought to face prosecutiin before ODM's?

Anonymous said...

Daniel waweru I don't know where you are getting your facts from because it appears that you did not listen to Mwangi Kiunjuri the other day saying that Kiraitu, Saitoti etc who were key players during the dark periods of Angloleecing and Goldenberg in the history of our country had been "absolved" of any wrong doing. If that is not selective justice then I don't know what it is or may be your are the one who is applying double standards here.

Get your facts right and be fair to all mr. waweru!

Anonymous said...

Anon@10.14 that may explains why there are high incidences of rape cases within the environs of Nairobi. This is not scientific but someone one day may just prove that the trend is scientific enough to point fingers.

I wonder how strong social services department is, how often do they collaborate with the police department or people are not just doing their work.

Daniel Waweru said...

Anonymous 10.07,

Kiunjuri's wrong, so far as I know: only Saitoti has been cleared, and that in exceptionally dodgy circumstances. I cannot believe that a guy whose signature was all over the relevant documents was acquitted; he must have had extremely good legal advice. But, at least he went to court and defended himself against the charges. He showed some respect for the legal process, and the opinion of Kenyans. So far as I know Kiraitu has not done even that much (or little), and none of the ODMers have either (except Ruto).

(Just remembered that Biwott went to court to have his name removed from the Akiwumi report, so some - very little, but some - credit is due him and Ruto for respecting the rule of law.)

Anonymous said...

Chris:

Don't destroy your hard won and well established nationalist credentials by being an appologist for Musalia on account of his party affiliation. I too like him and would vote for him for presidency, but if he took that house corruptly let his bottom sit on hot coal. If his being investigated outrages you, you should have been equally outraged when Pattni was made to part with Grand Regency. Yes, there maybe an appearance of selective justice in the timing, but the "don't investigate our guy before you investigate your guy" position you endorse has kept this country choked with corruption from Mt. Kenya mafia to Raila molasses to Mobitelea man-eaters to ...
More importantly, brother, I don't know how rich you are, but what you call allegations of theft of "a mere 10 million house" is a big deal to 99.99% Kenyans. Your attitude is likely to encourage Musalia to go for a billion shilling property next time so that he can earn respect from you. Chris, you have been fighting a just fight but here you are wrong to politisize corruption. Thieves have no tribes or party affiliations. Let us condemn them all!!

Anonymous said...

Wanjiku...Don’t be surprised with the Munki story I knew it coming....the funny think about tribal wars is that it first starts between tribes but later on ends up between neighbors of the same tribes...if it is not contained... just wait for a bigger surprise. You will hear fighting erupting between the luos or between the kalanjins or between the other tribes…I will say again if the tribal hatred is not contained…time will prove me right and you will remember this annon@10:17 am

Anonymous said...

JEFF 7:41 AM - I agree with you. I had sent to Chris (Kumekucha) all the details regarding Thabiti Bank, Molasses etc. - but it was not published because Chris did not think the moment was 'right'. Let me assure zou that I do not like this 'selective' way of communicating - on the contrary, I think that ALL Kenyans have the right to know the truth because I think that they are mature enough to distingigush between right or wrong themselves without any censureship.

I was even more disappointed because I had sent to Chris all this information upon his expressive request!!!!!!! But then the talks between PNU and ODM collapsed and he decided that it was 'wiser' ´not to publish the information I had sent to him.

I know, I have been accused of many things in the past - but let me assure you if there was one thing I was always pushing for it was the truth. I have sacrified mz life to tell the truth - and I do expect the same from the people I am dealing with or better, the people I have trusted to be on the same wave length. But maybe I am sometimes expected too much.

Marianne Briner

Anonymous said...

Anon@10:22 I am not speaking for Chris but you wrote something that I would not let go unchallenged in your comment. It seems that you did not see the whole handing over of Grand Regency by Pattni to the government as a political PR exercise. What KACC was doing, of course on behalf of the govt in cahoot with Pattni himself, was to make the guy as the best citizen of the year 2008 albeit the whole fiasco the guy has put the country through. Personally I would have celebrated had the guy been presented to the press in shackles because that is when justice would have have been served on behalf of the Kenyan people.

Siku moja said...

Jaramugo, if it weren't for Indian political agitation during the colonial period, there would have been no Devonshire white paper leading to universal sufferage. Please be informed before you bray like a he-goat.

It is a historical fact that minorities in any society tend to do well in business. Most Indians have made their money working hard. The ones like Pattni and Somaia are simply go-betweens for the real rapists from Central. Don't pass the buck please.

I am Kenyan Asian and NOBODY can take that away. Quit being a shenzi.

Anonymous said...

Have you all noticed that of all the main contributors to Kumekucha, TAABU is the only one who perpetually and repulsively gloats over the deaths of other Kenyans based the dead peoples' tribe. This is a rare and a wield attribute of a main contibutor to a repectable blog like Kumekucha.
Please Chris could you let us know the bare minimum standards you expect from your contributors. Thanks.

Daniel Waweru said...

Siku moja,

Dear me, what a rant. You might have said that Jaramugo was talking offensive rubbish and left it at that. Instead, you chose to engage in some ethnic bashing of your own (which, incidentally is falsified quite dramatically by the facts. But let's let that pass).

The history is slightly dodgy: the Devonshire white paper wasn't a necessary condition for suffrage, and Kenyan Asian agitation wasn't necessary for the issuing of the paper.

Poor stuff.

Siku moja said...

Daniel, where's the ethnic bashing on my part? Surely you are aware of the Mt Kenya elite. What exactly are the facts you refer to?

My understanding is that the Devonshire white paper was issued in response to Asian agitation and it listed African interests above Asian ones.

Keep in mind I have a lay (and dated) understanding of Asian political history. Short of re-opening the D'Souza and Mangat, I am not sure I can respond to your last point.

Abass said...

Daniel, do you think you might have any idea as to why Mungiki loves torturing, skinning and dismembering before murdering? I mean, why can't they simply kill? I am not saying you are a Mungiki but just asking it out of curiosity.

Daniel Waweru said...

Siku moja,

The ethnic-bashing was in the claim that 'the real rapists are from central'. If you mean to say that there are corrupt people from there, say so: don't tar the whole region with the accusation.

As I understood it, Kenyan Asians at the tine wished to see the end of segregation and other disabling facts of colonial life; the Colonial Office basically argued, in bad faith, that the interests of black Kenyans were paramount, so that they trumped Kenyan Asian interests. That was then used to deny Asians most of what they sought (e.g. an end to segregation). Classic example of divide and rule.

The declaration of the primacy of black interests had some rhetorical force in later invocations, but universal suffrage came so much later that there is no sensible way to see it as a result of Devonshire. More likely, universal suffrage came as result of the desire to disarm the radical nationalists.

And it's kind of unwise to rely too much on advocacy history for accuracy or careful historical judgment. If you only ever read that stuff, you might never discover, for example, that there were some people out there who actually disliked Kenyatta. One of the reasons for the present mess is that, outside the official school stuff, there is no consensus about the past in Kenya.

Daniel Waweru said...

Siku moja,

The ethnic-bashing was in the claim that 'the real rapists are from central'. If you mean to say that there are corrupt people from there, say so: don't tar the whole region with the accusation.

As I understood it, Kenyan Asians at the tine wished to see the end of segregation and other disabling facts of colonial life; the Colonial Office basically argued, in bad faith, that the interests of black Kenyans were paramount, so that they trumped Kenyan Asian interests. That was then used to deny Asians most of what they sought (e.g. an end to segregation). Classic example of divide and rule.

The declaration of the primacy of black interests had some rhetorical force in later invocations, but universal suffrage came so much later that there is no sensible way to see it as a result of Devonshire. More likely, universal suffrage came as result of the desire to disarm the radical nationalists.

And it's kind of unwise to rely too much on advocacy history for accuracy or careful historical judgment. If you only ever read that stuff, you might never discover, for example, that there were some people out there who actually disliked Kenyatta. One of the reasons for the present mess is that, outside the official school stuff, there is no consensus about the past in Kenya.

Siku moja said...

Daniel,

Thanks for your considered post.

Point taken regarding my comment that 'the real rapists are from central'. I was reacting emotionally to jaramugo's comments.

What I meant to say was that there are a disproportionately large number of wealthy people from Central Kenya who have benefited from corruption. IMO, where convient, the likes of Pattni, et-
al are convenient middle-men (as has been the experience of many Asians in Kenya).

Thanks for shedding light on the genesis of the white paper. I don't know the intricacies as well as you do. Perhaps it's an indication of the absence of absolutely any record of Asian contributions to self-determination in the school curriculum that people such as myself who don't make a living reading history or law have to rely on advocacy history.

Good man, you are.

Anonymous said...

now we hear the mungiki saying the police(government) were tailing Ngenga's wife before they were abducted and the mungiki's are not joking they are stating very forcefully that the police executed the wife of their leader!!

The wife and driver of Mungiki national chairman, Maina Njenga, have been murdered and their bodies dumped in a forest.


Ms Wambui Flora, sister to the late Virginia Njenga, wife of Mungiki Sect Leader Maina Njenga is consoled by Mr Mwangi Mbugu at the City Mortuary on Friday. Mrs Njenga and her driver were found murdered and thrown in Gakoye Forest,Gatundu, after they went missing in Nairobi, on Tuesday.

The bodies of Virginia Nyakio, and the driver, George Njoroge, were found dumped in Gakoe Forest in Gatundu on Wednesday, a day after their abduction.

The mutilated bodies had deep cuts in the head, neck and other parts of the body when they were discovered alongside two other decaying bodies.

Police brought them to the City Mortuary and booked them as unknown.

Nyakio’s body had a deep cut in the neck while Njoroge was hit several times in the head. Nyakio contested but lost the Laikipia West parliamentary seat in last year’s General Election. The other bodies that were found at the scene have not been identified. Some people abducted the two along Lang’ata Road on Tuesday afternoon as they drove in a white Toyota RAV 4.

The car has not been recovered. Police said they were investigating the incident.

Their mobile phones and other valuables have not been recovered. Nyakio was a mother of three while Njoroge had one child.

Njenga’s relatives claimed yesterday police were behind the incident. Some of the relatives gathered at the mortuary to view the bodies


The late Virginia Njenga, wife of Mungiki Sect Leader Maina Njenga

A brother to Njoroge, Mr Charles Ndung’u, said police have been reluctant in investigating the incident.

"They have not helped us at all. This is the same way people accused of being members of Mungiki have been killed by police," said Ndung’u.

Njenga’s elder brother, Mr Peter Njoroge, said the two were travelling in a car when they were abducted.

They denied claims that the killing could have been committed by another faction of the sect over control of power.

Ndung’u said none of the sect adherents "can dare kill" close relatives of their chairman.

Njoroge and his cousin, Mr Charles Waithaka, said the deceased mobile phones have been off since they went missing.

"Their mobile phones have been switched off. We think they were attacked by people who knew them," said Njoroge.

Njoroge said the driver had called a cousin immediately after they were attacked but did not communicate.

Said he: "All he heard was the driver pleading with the attackers not to kill them then the phone went off."

He said police had in the last one month been trailing members of the family.


Mungiki Sect Leader Maina Njenga. Pictures by Stafford Ondego

Kamunya said that the incident was related to last week’s police raid on Njenga’s rural home in Oroimutia, Nyandarua North District.

"We believe that police have abducted my brother’s wife and his driver for reasons not known to us. They have been trailing the members of our family but we thought they would not go too far," he said

Police spokesman Mr Eric Kiraithe denied police involvement, saying they are investigating the incident.

Njenga is jailed at the Naivasha Maximum Prison for possessing a gun and drugs.



so mungiki uprising is going to happen and it will be an uprise against those they have been doing business with namely the government!
The government used them to go into naivasha and nakuru to commit GENOCIDE!!now the government has no need for them - so they go kill the leaders wife-(was the government -kibaki and cronies thinking right on this one??) I wish them well- it will be an uprising they have never seen before in central province- they think they have tamed the beast!!!!but this beast will turn round and bite them!!! make my words on this one kenyans!!! MAMBO BADO!!

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