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Wanjigi Narrates His Experience in Police Custody After Court Freed Him Following a Dramatic Arrest

Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) presidential aspirant Jimmy Wanjigi has narrated his experience in police custody after he was arrested in a dramatic manner on Tuesday before being taken to Kamukunji Police Station.

Addressing the press on Wednesday after he was freed on grounds that the High Court had issued conservatory orders against his arrest, Wanjigi said that the police officers at Kamukunji treated him amazingly.

"For the first time in my life I was a state guest yesternight at Kamukunji. For those who are doubting how I am today, let me assure you they treated me very well, the officers were very good. I got a few hours sleep say for the few times they came in to check on me whether I was okay or not. I want to thank them for their cordial hospitality," he said.

The city businessman added that he was not going to address the DCI Mr. Kinoti since he is just a 'poodle' who has been sent by his 'masters.'

Nairobi Chief Magistrate Bernard Ochoi made the orders to free Wanjigi alongside his wife Irene Nzisa, in which they are accused of conspiracy to commit a felony and forgery of a title deed on the land their Westlands offices are built.

The case will be mentioned on March 15th, 2022.

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