Fresh details have just checked in following Jimmy Wanjigi's arrest. This comes after 20 hours of Jimmy Wanjigi's home being kept under siege. It's something that raised tention in the country people wondered what was exactly happening. As we speak, Jimmy Wanjigi is going to spend his night behind the bars as he waits to be taken to court tomorrow morning.
It has been reported that Jimmy Wanjigi acquired Ksh 54 Million land in a fraudulent deal. This is something that DCI boss George Kinoti exposed when Jimmy Wanjigi harassed him for taking his gun. It's so unfortunate that this has come to haunt him landing him in more trouble. DCI boss George Kinoti exposed him when he noticed Wanjigi was trying to outsmart him.
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However, the funny thing is that the person who Wanjigi wanted to be taken to Kamiti Prison is the same man in charge of all detectives that landed in Jimmy Wanjigi's compound.
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