DPP Keriako orders probe into alleged cover up claims against Jaguar

DPP Keriako orders probe into alleged cover up claims against Jaguar

The Director of Public Prosecution Keriako Tobiko has ordered the police for a thorough inquiry into alleged accident cover-up claims involving musician Charles Kanyi popularly alias Jaguar.

In a statement to newsroom Friday, 24 March 2017, Tobiko directed the Director OF Criminal Investigations DCI Ndegwa Muhoro to unearth the true findings of the accident

“I direct you to ensure thorough investigations are conducted and the resultant inquiry file forwarded to this office for perusal and appropriate directions,” Tobiko said.

Jaguar’s Range Rover Sport, KCB 808J, was on Tuesday involved in accident Makutano-Sagana highway killing two men who were on a motorcycle.

The victims Joseph Maingi and Mugo Abdalla died on the spot.

The accident that took place at about 3.30pm caused a traffic snarl up

Conflicting witness accounts revealed that a woman was driving the car from Sagana to Makutano while the two men were headed in the opposite direction.

They were about to join the highway when the car hit them. They fell on one side and the motorcycle in the other.

But the Kioo hit maker claimed he was the one driving the car when the accident occurred.

“I was involved in a car accident. Sadly, lives were lost in the incident. It isn’t anyone’s will to wake up and be involved in an accident such as this. My heartfelt condolences to the families and friends of those affected…” Jaguar said in a post on facebook.

 

 

 

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