CHIEF WITNESS DENNIS NGENGI ARRESTED

#1
Dennis Ngengi, the man who reportedly witnessed Governor Wahome Gakuru's accident has been arrested in Naivasha.
He was arrested on Thursday night by officers from the Directorate of Criminal Investigation and taken to Nairobi for questioning.
Ngengi will be questioned on how he happened to be at the scene of the two high profile accidents.
Apart from being at the scene of Gakuru crash, he was among the first people who were at the scene of the Lake Nakuru helicopter crash.
During the Lake Nakuru incident where pilot Apollo Malowa and others died, Ngengi introduced himself as a "State Pilot".
In a video aired by a local TV station, he said the late pilot was "a friend of ours, who we loved, and that's why I'm here."
In the Kenol accident, he said he was travelling from Nyeri and was being driven behind governor Gakuru's car when the accident happened.
According to sources within the police, upon interrogation, it emerged he was not a police officer but a con who took advantage of the accident.
Sources said Ngengi was coming from Utawala when he got wind of the Kabati accident and drove there to speak with the media.
Police have also confiscated his car for further investigations.
In the two camera interviews, Ngengi wore bluetooth sunglasses - mostly seen on leaders' security personnel.
Members of the public who made fun of him connected their phones and flash disks to sunglasses for the 'bluetooth effect'.

@the_star
 

AMB_Sunday

Village Elder
#6
Dennis Ngengi, the man who reportedly witnessed Governor Wahome Gakuru's accident has been arrested in Naivasha.
He was arrested on Thursday night by officers from the Directorate of Criminal Investigation and taken to Nairobi for questioning.
Ngengi will be questioned on how he happened to be at the scene of the two high profile accidents.
Apart from being at the scene of Gakuru crash, he was among the first people who were at the scene of the Lake Nakuru helicopter crash.
During the Lake Nakuru incident where pilot Apollo Malowa and others died, Ngengi introduced himself as a "State Pilot".
In a video aired by a local TV station, he said the late pilot was "a friend of ours, who we loved, and that's why I'm here."
In the Kenol accident, he said he was travelling from Nyeri and was being driven behind governor Gakuru's car when the accident happened.
According to sources within the police, upon interrogation, it emerged he was not a police officer but a con who took advantage of the accident.
Sources said Ngengi was coming from Utawala when he got wind of the Kabati accident and drove there to speak with the media.
Police have also confiscated his car for further investigations.
In the two camera interviews, Ngengi wore bluetooth sunglasses - mostly seen on leaders' security personnel.
Members of the public who made fun of him connected their phones and flash disks to sunglasses for the 'bluetooth effect'.

@the_star
There is more than meets the eye here. This guy is not working alone
 
#12
The guy must have sold a story back in his area of Utawala, that his goes around with bigwigs. But I think it's usually a form of personality disorder, case in point like that woman who lied about being in the WTC and survived.
 

sani

Village Sponsor
#14
The T-shirt he is wearing is worn by all military officers thou different colour. Don't be cheated. Ata waiganjo after doing the dirty work for them walimkana.
 
#18
Dennis Ngengi, the man who reportedly witnessed Governor Wahome Gakuru's accident has been arrested in Naivasha.
He was arrested on Thursday night by officers from the Directorate of Criminal Investigation and taken to Nairobi for questioning.
Ngengi will be questioned on how he happened to be at the scene of the two high profile accidents.
Apart from being at the scene of Gakuru crash, he was among the first people who were at the scene of the Lake Nakuru helicopter crash.
During the Lake Nakuru incident where pilot Apollo Malowa and others died, Ngengi introduced himself as a "State Pilot".
In a video aired by a local TV station, he said the late pilot was "a friend of ours, who we loved, and that's why I'm here."
In the Kenol accident, he said he was travelling from Nyeri and was being driven behind governor Gakuru's car when the accident happened.
According to sources within the police, upon interrogation, it emerged he was not a police officer but a con who took advantage of the accident.
Sources said Ngengi was coming from Utawala when he got wind of the Kabati accident and drove there to speak with the media.
Police have also confiscated his car for further investigations.
In the two camera interviews, Ngengi wore bluetooth sunglasses - mostly seen on leaders' security personnel.
Members of the public who made fun of him connected their phones and flash disks to sunglasses for the 'bluetooth effect'.

@the_star
Ameshikwa na hakuna picha?o_O
 

obienga

Village Elder
#19
His fictitious accounts of the accidents may have cost tax payer money by leading investigators on a wild goose chase. You mean you couldn’t have thought of a reason all by yourself?
But isn't this what Jakuon does all the time? How many crimes has Jakuon solved all on his own? Now if the "witness" made a police report or directly gave investigators false information there might be grounds to arrest him.
 

Amused

Village Elder
#20
But isn't this what Jakuon does all the time? How many crimes has Jakuon solved all on his own? Now if the "witness" made a police report or told investigators false information there might be grounds to arrest him.
If you arrest JaKuon, jaluos will stone motorists. If you arrest kiherehere Okuyo, fellow tribesmen demand his hide for a “thorough polishing”.

Is there anything else I can help you with?
 

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