Details have emerged that there has been saddening incidences at the Murengeti home of Mercy Njeri,woman who was killed during a fatal car crash involving Televangelist James Ng’ang’a’s vehicle.
Peter Ndung’u ,the father in-law of the late Njeri,disclosed to the Daily Nation that his house was broken into by raiders who turned it upside down as if searching for something specific.
“It appears like they were looking for a specific thing because after turning everything upside down, they left without taking anything,” he told Nation.
On Monday,Mr Ndung’u, reported at Tigoni Police Station out of fear for his life and his family members.
Days before the raid, Ndung’u claims he had noticed strange people stalking him and prying at his home.
“New faces have been greeting me in the streets and I have also noticed motorcycle riders around my home, mostly at night which is unusual because my house is at a private area,” he said.
He alleges that the break-in could be linked to the acquittal of Evangelist Nga’ng’a in the road crash case.
In 2015, Mercy Njeri was killed in a grisly accident involving Pastor Ng’ang’a’s Range Rover at Manguo in Limuru along the Nairobi-Nakuru highway.
The city Pastor was charged with killing Mrs Njeri but was acquitted on May 8, 2018.
Interior Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiang’i,however, wrote to the DPP Noordin Haji to appeal the ruling.