Sister to Ex PS Irungu Nyakera, Njoki Wambui has revealed that she is contemplating suicide because her brother has been using powers to mistreat her. According to Njoki, she has been chased from home by her blood brother who is seeking to continue enjoying the property by sidelining other siblings.
Photo. Irungu Nyakera allegedly assaulting his sister in a hotel
Njoki is accusing her brother Nyakera of pushing hard to take over their father's land, sidelining a other siblings. The former PS is accused of using power to gain the control of the family land while chasing all others from the family.
Njoki is clear she decided to speak on the matter before committing suicide. She is clear, the pain she has gone through is indeed painful and it's something she is not ready to continue speaking about anymore rather she wants to die but feels a lot of pain for her son who wound be left to suffer.
Irungu Nyakera is said to have turned ruthless and brutal immediately after he acquired power and wealth. He is said to have taken a ruthless approach of chasing all the siblings from the family land instead of using his resources to buy a new land of his own.
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