Jan 25, 2022

Mawazo Writing Africa

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Former MP Ndung’u Gethenji acquitted in assault case

Chief Judge Martha Mutuku, who welcomed Mr. Gethenji, a former Tetu MP and chairman of Kihingo Village Waridi Gardens Management Ltd. acquitted, said the case was triggered by an inheritance dispute with his older brother Gitahi Gethenji.

Ms. Mutuku noted that the ownership dispute over the multi-billion shillings property opened by Ndung’u Gethenji in 2017 was the subject of several Supreme Court matters that were brought to its attention.

Mr Gethenji, who was represented by attorneys Ishmael Nyaribo and Willis Otieno, attacked businessman Kishor Varsani at the Kihingo estate The judge said that due to the sharp differences between the brothers, the police intervened irregularly and charged Ndung. u Gethenji without tangible evidence.

“The prosecution did not reach the legal limit in the proceedings against Mr. Gethenji and six other people,” judged Ms. Mutuku.

Evidence from witnesses, she said , was inconsistent and did not show a None of the seven defendants.

Attacking him

Ms. Mutuku said the applicant, Mr. Varsani, said he was not from Mr. Gethenji and Chacha Mabanga , a director of Kihingo.

“Gethenji and Mabanga were not among the six men who approached Varsani at around 3:45 pm on July 2, 2019, attacking him and his sweater, valued at Sh1,000 “Ms. Mutuku remarked.

She acquitted Mr. Gethenji and his co-defendants, Mr. Varsani and attorney Prof renovated the Sh58 million house he bought in 2011.

” After examining all of the evidence presented by the prosecutor in this case, I find that there is no evidence justify this court to invoke the accused to defend themselves. I hereby acquit them under Section 215 of the Code of Criminal Procedure, ”said Ms. Mutuku.

Mr. Ndung’u Gethenji built 55 palatial houses in the upscale area of ​​Kitisuru with a loan of 800 million shredders from the Commercial Bank of Africa. which has since merged with the NIC Bank.