DCI Launches Manhunt for Police Imposter Moses Muigai Ngugi

  • The Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) headquarters The Star
  • The Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) has launched a manhunt for a police imposter Moses Muigai Ngugi who was arrested with fake job identification cards of a number of government institutions among them the NIS, ODPP, EACC, KeBS and Immigration.

    During his arrest in July, Ngugi was found with a number of Identification cards including a copy of the ID cards of former cabinet Minister Nicholas Biwottof his family and KRA documents.

    Moses Muigai Ngugi was later charged with the offence of impersonation but failed to appear in court on September 20.

    "His Warrant of Arrest is already out. If you have any info, Please contact your nearest Police Station. There’ll be a reward for it!

    Police imposter Moses Muigai Ngugi during his arrest in July, 2018

    "The suspect was arrested and charged before the Milimani Law courts for the offence of Personation. He was later released out on bail but decided to violate his bail conditions by not showing up as ordered on 20th September 2018," the DCI stated.

    Moses Muigai Ngugi who claimed to be an agent with the National Intelligence Service was nabbed in his Syokimau home with two firearms and 700 rounds of ammunition.

    Attention was drawn to the imposter by Businessman Francis Mburu who alleged that Muigai tried to fleece him of Kshs.10 Million to help him settle the Ruaraka land case.

    In a separate incident, DCI detectives arrested two Nigerian and a Tanzanian national for engaging in electronic fraud where local banks lost huge amounts of cash.

    Most of the money defrauded from the local banks was withdrawn outside Kenya.

    The three suspects were found with ATM cards, laptops and chequebooks and will be arraigned in court on Monday.

    The fraudsters