Worried lawyer Ndegwa Njiru has revealed worrying details about his client Maina Njenga. The Former Mungiki Leader was being grilled by DCI sleuths since morning. However, according to the vocal lawyer, the reformed Mungiki Leader has been whisked to unknown place by the police officers. The Former Mungiki Leader is being accused of possessing illegal guns and being in possession of seventy rolls of bang. Maina Njenga is associated with Azimio La Umoja leaders nad most of them were present during the whole grilling until he was whisked to an unknown place.
However, Azimio La Umoja Politician have accused the government of persecuting the Former Mungiki Leader Maina Njenga for Political reasons. Among the Azimio La Umoja leaders who were there is Former Azimio La Umoja running Mate Martha Karua, Former Devolution Cabinet Secretary Eugene Wamalwa and Former Presidential Candidate George Wajackoya.
According to Eugene Wamalwa if anything happens to Maina Njenga the government is to blame.
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