K24 digital has reportedly on Monday, March 15tthat Brian Ndungu, son of the former Kiambu County Governor Ferdinand Waititu is to face three-month imprisonment after failing to raise a 30k fine and attempts to reach his parents to bail him out proved futile. The 25-year-old former law student at Strathmore University was caught by the police today morning while drink driving a Toyota probox car along Muindi Mbingu streets.
The officers who arrested him revealed to the Nairobi County senior magistrate Ester Kimilu that the youngster was wasted to a point of being unable to control the car. The senior magistrate fined him 30k or spend 3 months in prison. Mr Ndungu revealed to K24 that his father refused to bail him out saying that he's a strict father and disciplinarian. The youngster is set to be moved from militant law courts to the industrial area to be remanded. He has however said that his friends are fundraising to bail him out.
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