Ex-mungiki leader Maina Njenga wanted for questioning over bhang, firearms

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Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) detectives in Nakuru County are hunting down former Mungiki leader Maina Njenga for questioning over the alleged recovery of two firearms and rolls of bhang said to have been seized at his home in Wanyororo, Nakuru County.

The DCI has deployed a special team of detectives to find the politician whom they say has gone into hiding following the incident.

“The former Mungiki leader is wanted for questioning over recovery of bhang and firearms at a home linked to him. Any information on the whereabouts of the ex-Mungiki leader who has since gone into hiding maybe volunteered to the DCI,” read a statement by the DCI in part.

According to the sleuths, during the raid conducted at the home last week, eight suspects aged between 37 and 54 were arrested at the residence.

Police say they also found three rounds of 9mm blank ammunition hidden in one of the rooms at the residence.

“One of the firearms recovered was a homemade pistol while the other one was a Tokarev whose serial number had been defaced,” further read the DCI statement posted on their social media accounts.

Content retrieved from: https://nation.africa/kenya/news/ex-mungiki-leader-maina-njenga-wanted-for-questioning-over-bhang-firearms-4243704.

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