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Jane Mugo, private detective released on Ksh 300,000 bail

Jane Mugo a private detective has on Wednesday been released on a cash bail of Ksh 300,000.

Appearing before a Nairobi court, Jane Mugo was charged with two offenses which she pleaded not guilty.

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The first charge was that of threatening one Patrick Mugasia on August 2019 unlawfully and with no excuse.

In the second charge, she was also accused of threatening one Deepa Shah on February 4th, 2019 with Spring Valley in Gigiri.

During the hearing, the prosecution team pleaded with the court to allow the defendant to appear before DCI headquarters for questioning.

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Her defense team, however, dismissed the request saying that matter firearms are dealt by the Firearms Licensing Board of Kenya.

The private detective found herself making headlines following an address by the DCI stating that she is a wanted criminal.

She was further accused of committing various offenses including threatening to kill, robbery with violence and impersonation.

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Appearing on Citizen TV during an interview, she maintained her innocence saying the cause of the whole story was due to an expose she just did.

She continued by saying that the expose touched on several high profile people of the state and it involved a lot of public resources.

The mother of two was however worried about her two boys as she said she saw it coming even though she had already been informed of the same.

Her lawyers have accepted to present her to the DCI headquarters on Thursday for fingerprints as the case is to mentioned again on the 30th of September 2019.

Berryl Achieng
Kenyan news interests me a lot but I also keep tabs on other news making headlines in Africa and around the world.


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