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Pastor Ng'ang'a to spend night in jail

19 August 2015, 18:33 Victor Tinto

Nairobi - Pastor James Ng'ang'a will spend the night in jail after a court refused to grant him bail after he knocked a woman dead, bribed police over the matter and lied about his whereabouts.

Ng'ang'a will spend the night at the Gigiri Police Station after the High Court failed to stop the office of the Director of Public Prosecutions DPP from proceeding with an arrest warrant against the pastor as per his request.

Ng'ang'a will then be presented in court Thursday to answer to charges of killing by unroadworthy behaviour and trying to evade justice.

Ng'ang'a's Range Rover was involved in an accident with a Nissan March in which a woman, Mercy Njeri died, while her husband survived with many injuries.

He was allegedly driving on the wrong side of the road.

According to witness accounts, after the accident Ng'ang'a escaped and was helped by police to doctor statements on his whereabouts ad involvement in the accident.

For that matter, two police officers will be charged with trying to aid Ng'anga evade justice.

They are Kenya Police Airwing inspector Christopher Nzioka and police officer corporal Patrick Baya.

Nzioka will also be charged with falsifying information, and will face another charge of neglecting official duty, alongside Baya. Nzioka and Baya served as Ng’ang’a’s bodyguards without being officially assigned to him.

They had denied involvement in the scam, but a probe by a team led by Traffic Commandant Charlton Muriithi established they were with Ng’ang’a on the day of the crash.

Inspector General of Police Joseph Boinett has already said that the police officers charged will face a possible sanction of being thrown out of the police service.

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