Court adjourns ruling in police imposter, two others case

Court adjourns ruling in police imposter, two others case
Police impostor Joshua Waiganjo. Photo/File

Roy Lumbe @lumbe_roy

A Nakuru court has postponed judgement in an abuse of office case against police imposter Joshua Waiganjo, former Rift Valley police boss John M’Mbijiwe and former Anti-stock Theft unit boss Remy Ngugi to March 31.

Principal magistrate Joe Omido was expected to rule if the three have a case to answer in an abuse of office case committed in 2012.

Waiganjo is facing charges of illegal possession of government equipment such as police uniform and impersonating an assistant police commissioner in 2012.

M’Mbijiwe and Ngugi are facing charges in relation to Waiganjo’s illegal recruitment and operations within the police force in 2012.

They are accused of allowing the alleged imposter unwarranted access and use of police vehicles including an aircraft besides allocating him an armed personal driver contrary to the law.

During the last hearing of the matter, the court had asked prosecution to close its case for failing to present their last witness after seeking more time repeatedly.

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