The Star (Nairobi)

Kenya: Police Imposter Sittings to Begin in Nairobi

The commission investigating the conduct of police imposter Joshua Waiganjo moves its sittings to Nairobi this morning where it is expected to hear accounts from high profile witnesses. The team had been in Nakuru for three days where they heard confessions from various witnesses who have incriminated suspended Rift Valley PPO John M'Mbijiwe and Anti-Stock Theft Unit's Remi Ngugi.

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