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Witch doctor busted while stage-managing ‘stuck lovers’ drama

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Police in Meru are holding two people who reportedly pretended to have gotten ‘stuck’ during sexual intercourse with the aim of publicizing the matter for commercial capital.

According to police report, the couple – Joan Makokha aka Cynthia Matendetere and Chaha Mwitu – planned the incident and went ahead to stage-manage it.

The two were to be ‘rescued’ by Ugandan witch doctor by the name Magooha Twaha, who was expected to perform the ritual of ‘separating the stuck couple’ had the script played out in full on the day.

The witch doctor is also being held in police custody.

FALSE PRETENSE

“Acting on a tip-off that a certain magician had planned to stage manage a scene where he had contracted the services of a man and women to sleep together in a lodging and to appear as if the two had stuck during sexual intercourse, police officers laid a trap and as the events unfolded the officers heard the couple crying out for help that they had got stuck,” the police explained in their report.

The suspects will be arraigned in court to answer to charges of committing a felony and obtaining money by false pretense.

This is the second suspected case involving a Ugandan witch doctor which has reportedly been staged-managed in recent times.

The other one occurred in September 2017, in Mombasa when a reported Ugandan witch doctor was arrested for being part of a gang that stage-managed the ‘recovery’ of a stolen motor vehicle in which the occupants stripped off all clothes and acted as if they had gone mad.

source:nairobinews

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Kenyan embassy in US disowns online messages warning Kenyans in the Diaspora over Huduma number

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The Kenyan ambassador to the US, Robinson Njeru Githae, has distanced himself from a message which has gone viral on social media platforms puporting to warn Kenyans living in the Diaspora that if they don’t register for and acquire the much publicised Huduma Number, they will neither be able to “send money to family nor to travel back to Kenya.”

The envoy said that Kenyans should not be so gullible as to believe a message like that.

“How is that even possible?’ wondered Mr Githae.

“There is no co-relation whatsoever between the Huduma number and traveling to Kenya or sending money,” he told Kenya Satellite Network on Thursday night. “Kenyans should be smart enough to discern fake news. We haven’t even began the registration process and I urge Kenyans to disregard those messages which are meant to cause fear and despondency,” he added.

Githae said that once ready to roll out the registration, the embassy will send out an official communication confirming the same.

 

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Waiguru’s Husband narrates how man asked him to leave his Wife

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Lawyer Kamotho Waiganjo, Kirinyaga Governor Anne Waguru’s husband has narrated an ordeal in which a man accused him of trying to snatch his wife.

On his Facebook account, Waiganjo narrated that the agitated man told him to leave his wife alone citing that he had been sending her money regularly.

“Who’s this nut I wonder? His evidence? He’s gone through her phone and I send MPESA to her regularly,” read part of the post.

Out of curiosity, the lawyer decided to ask for the woman’s number and ongoing through his contacts he found out she was his daughter’s hairdresser.

“Turns out she’s my two daughter’s Kenyatta Market hairdresser so of course, I M-Pesa her regularly,” he added.

Waiganjo narrated that the man was so embarrassed and apologised profusely, adding that he had saved a marriage.

Kamotho Waiganjo, a lawyer

 

“I was completely surprised. We had not been talking about formalizing our relationship so I did not expect it. We had just come from holidays and we were celebrating his birthday as we do with close friends every year, “the governor stated.

A traditional Kikuyu ceremony later followed on February 16 – two days after Valentine’s – in Kiamungo, Kirinyaga county with family and invited guests present.

“It was a beautiful ceremony. The time was right for us to take our relationship to the next level,” Kamotho commented.

Source: kenyans.co.ke

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Barclays Bank Sh14m ATM heist was an inside job – DCI Kinoti

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The Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) boss George Kinoti has confirmed that the theft of sh14 million at various Automatic Teller Machines (ATM) operated by Barclays Bank was an inside job.

According to the DCI, an initial investigation has revealed that the daring heist was executed by employees attached to the bank.

Kinoti said his team of detectives was concluding its probe in readiness to hand over the investigation file to the Director of Public Prosecutions Noordin Hajji’s office for prosecution of those found culpable.

“What happened at Barclays Bank is what we call constructive robbery which is a type of theft committed by employees of an organization. Look at the precision and exactly what was targeted. We are talking about a place that has CCTV cameras. However, those cameras were smeared with some substance,” he said.

On Wednesday detectives arrested a taxi driver and impounded a Probox vehicle suspected to have been used in the theft.

Five Barclays bank officials and a group of G4S security guards were earlier this week taken into custody to aid the police with the investigation.

A string of robberies in the long Easter weekend left Barclays Bank short of more than Sh14 million after four teller machines were broken into in Mutindwa, Mater Hospital, Kenyatta National Hospita and Kenya Cinema all in Nairobi County.

source:nairobinews

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