25 April 2018

Kenya: Kirinyaga Deputy Governor Filmed Naked in Suspected Love Triangle

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Kirinyaga Deputy Governor Peter Ndambiri with the unidentified woman.

Kirinyaga Deputy Governor Peter Ndambiri was on Tuesday filmed naked by unknown people while in the company of an unidentified woman.

In the footage, the deputy governor and the woman are both seated on a bed naked while being grilled by an unknown number of men in a room.

It was reportedly shot in Kakamega town where the 5th Devolution Conference in ongoing.

In the video, the men can be heard ordering the deputy governor to identify himself.

"What is your name?" a man asks him in Gikuyu.

The deputy governor identifies himself as Ndambiri Njagi, a businessman.


Under a rain of slaps, he is coerced to admit that he is the deputy governor, as the lady tries to cover her nudity.

He eventually confesses to having an affair with the woman and that he did not know she was married.

He also says that he had planned to visit the woman's parents for dowry talks and apologizes to her supposed husband.

"I want to tell that man that I'm very sorry. I did not know she is married, I was even planning to meet her family," he says.

Police say they have not received any report on the incident but investigations are underway to arrest the person who shot the video.

Police have not received any report concerning an alleged assault of the Deputy Governor of Kirinyaga County,in Kakamega. Equally the Police Spokesperson has not issued any statement concerning the same.

- Kenya Police Service (@PoliceKE) April 25, 2018

The video and the statement circulating in sections of the social Media on the same issue is strange to the police. Investigations are underway to arrest the author and present him/her before court.

-- Kenya Police Service (@PoliceKE) April 25, 2018


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