Police imposter Joshua Waiganjo has mentioned he was once supplied Sh30 million to implicate President Uhuru Kenyatta within the ICC instances. Waiganjo was talking yesterday at Naivasha legislation courts when he released a chapter of his e-book Goodbye Police Comrades. He mentioned he used to be supplied the cash to incriminate Uhuru in using guns in Naivasha in the 2007-08 post- election violence.
Waiganjo mentioned the request got here on the height of the campaigns for the March 2013 elections and if he agreed, he would be offered asylum in the Netherlands along with his household. He declined the supply after discussions with senior prisons officers. “ICC is a political device used to annoy and get rid of opponents,” Waiganjo stated. He released the chapter ‘asylum within the Netherlands’ in a small ceremony attended with the aid of warders and the clicking.
in the book, Waiganjo narrates how he spoke to former high minister Raila Odinga on the telephone for more than 45 minutes after he requested to have a gathering with him over the allegations facing him.
He told how Raila’s head of security Lumumba Owade visited him at the prison in February. “I used Lumumba’s mobile phone where I spoke with Raila. He advised me he used to be aware about the false prices towards me,” he stated.
Waiganjo defended former Rift Valley PPO John M’mbijiwe and his anti-inventory Theft Unit counterpart Remy Ngugi announcing they’re innocent.
In a letter dated could 29, 2003 and signed via former Rift Valley PPO Peter. Kimanthi, it shows that Waiganjo used to be appointed as an a CP in charge of reservists in North Rift. “you are to supervise activities of all police reservists in Northern Rift, especially Kapenguria in West Pokot, Kitale and Nakuru,” reads the letter partially.
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