After many year of digging justice, Murang'a wanted criminal identified as Peter Ndugu Kamau alias Murang'a' s Kijekitile Ngwale has been condemned to two years in prison without a fine option.
Peter Ndugu Kamau is a suspected illicit brew merchant, drug dealer and instigator if violent attacks who is wanted for questioning.
Police say that he was reputed to have been visiting a medicine man from Githuya village who ‘treats’ criminals in the name of giving them immunity against arrests, bullets and lynch mobs.
"The said male medicine man cuts his clients on various parts of their bodies and smears them with portions that are sold as a perfect guard against ill luck during criminal escapades," Murang'a South Sub-County Police Commander Alexander Shikondi said.
Kamau hails from Maica Ma Thi village in Ichagaki Location, and he has been selling changaa in the village since 1961.
However, he was arrested and arraigned at the Kigumo courthouse on Monday. Appearing before Senior Resident Magistrate Shivai Agade, he was charged with the offence of manufacturing and trading in chang’aa.
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