As the former Mungiki Leader Maina Njenga is being questioned by DCI, Martha Karua has arrived at DCI Headquarters to show her support. After discovering weapons and numerous rolls of marijuana in his Nakuru house, Maina Njenga was taken into custody. It's quite dishonorable for a leader on the same level as Martha Karua to support someone who has been charged with such offenses.
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Prior to his current leadership, Maina Njenga was the head of a Mungiki sect in Kenya that resulted in multiple murders and fatalities. It is regrettable that Azimio leaders are using things for political purposes.
Jeremiah Kioni, Eugene Wamalwa, and a large number of other leaders are also with Maina Njenga. The guns and marijuana that were discovered in Maina Njenga's residence have not been connected to him in any way, the man has maintained.
Considering his attempts to utilize politics to shield himself from criminal charges, let's wait and see if Maina Njenga will be charged. Aside from having previously escaped major assassination attempts, Maina Njenga has been charged with significant offences.
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