Aiyayayaya..They Did Kibaki's Body Guard/Driver Madharau ya Kimataifa

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When Kibaki had an accident back in 2003 before he became president, a body guard / driver was also in the vehicle with Obako. Watch the below documentary and see how a ninja was neglected. Na imagine wanatoka Area moja na Kibaki..just imagine..enjoy
 
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Kushughulikiwa sio mbaya. Lakini after Kibaki became president his handlers wakatupa huyo peasant mbali na president kibaki. Msee amesota up to date with no job and he was old man's body guard for a long time na wanatoka ocha moja.
Obako has a reputation of neglecting friends and family. Hata wale wamemsaidia huwa anawaacha wakati wa shida.
 
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As a man usiwahi ongoja usaidizi from other people... This dude would have been doing better in life if kutoka hiyo accident and seeing the way he's being treated angeinua mkono and said ameachia Mungu and started working on his life fresh. All that this has done is make him a bitter man and waste lots of his GOOD TIME.
 
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David Wambugu, bodyguard in 2002 Kibaki accident sues


THURSDAY MAY 18 2017





David Wambugu, 45, a former bodyguard of retired President Mwai Kibaki, at his Witima home in Othaya, Nyeri County, on May 15, 2017. He has sued seeking reinstatement and compensation. NICHOLAS KOMU | NATION
In Summary
  • David Wambugu, 45, has been in and out of hospitals for injuries in the head, legs and back.
  • Then a General Service Unit officer stationed at the Kilimani Police Station in Nairobi, he had been a guard of Mr Kibaki since 1997.
  • Mr Wambugu says then-Nairobi Provincial Police Officer Zachary King’ori Mwangi forced him to retire for “nagging” the then-Head of State with hospital bills.
  • Mr Wambugu was also accused of extorting money from State House.
By JOSEPH WANGUI
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A bodyguard involved in a road crash with former President Mwai Kibaki has alleged in a court case that he was mistreated and forced out of the Kenya Police Service despite suffering life-threatening injuries.
Corporal David Wambugu was then-Opposition presidential candidate Kibaki’s protector at the time of the December 3, 2002 accident at the Machakos turn-off on the Nairobi-Mombasa highway.
They and two other people were on their way back to Nairobi in a Range Rover KAH 016G from campaign rallies in the lower eastern region.
The frail-looking Mr Wambugu, 45, has since been in and out of hospitals for injuries in the head, legs and back.
SETTLE MEDICAL BILLS
Then a General Service Unit (GSU) officer stationed at the Kilimani Police Station in Nairobi, he had been a guard of Mr Kibaki since 1997.
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According to documents filed at the Milimani Industrial Court through RA Onchuru Advocates, Mr Wambugu claims that the retired President had volunteered to settle his medical bills due to the close relationship and trust they had.
Both are from neighbouring villages in Othaya Sub-County.
Mr Wambugu says then-Nairobi Provincial Police Officer (PPO) Zachary King’ori Mwangi forced him to retire for “nagging” the then-Head of State with hospital bills.
EXTORTING MONEY
He was also accused of extorting money from State House.
Mr Mwangi is now a senior assistant inspector-general of police.
“On January 20, 2005 around 16:00 Hours, the then-OCS Kilimani Police Station and Chief Inspector Samuel Otongo and two other police officers came to my residence at Highridge and ordered me to go to the station to see Mr Mwangi,” states Mr Wambugu in his petition.
The former policeman adds that he was taken to Mr Mwangi’s office and forced to sign an early retirement letter, failing which which “I would not be safe as far as my life is concerned”.
STATE HOUSE
The last hospital bill to be paid was Sh62,000, due to Nairobi Hospital, in 2004.
The last bill that he submitted to State House was for Sh116,720.
Mr Wambugu recounted: “Mr Mwangi summoned me to office and I moved there fast, on crutches and in dire pain, thinking good news awaited. He was very harsh to me, saying I was disturbing the President. He also said I was not involved in the said accident.”
He has named the National Police Service, Mr Mwangi, the National Police Service Commission and the Attorney-General as respondents in the case.
SERVICES TERMINATED
The father of four also claims that after his retirement, reports emerged that his services had been terminated because he had lost a gun in suspicious circumstances, a claim he denies.
He resorted to being a night guard at a residence in Nairobi, earning Sh7,000 a month, but quit when his health deteriorated.
He was forced to sell his property, including land and livestock, to foot his medical bills.
The case was to come up for hearing on March 26 but did not, because the respondents had not filed their responses and it was not on the Milimani Law Courts case list.
It was adjourned to July 27.
Suspecting interference with the case, Mr Mwangi wrote to Chief Justice David Maraga, seeking his intervention.
 
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