THREE IN DCJ BODYGUARD ATTACK CHARGED WITH ROBBERY.

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James Wachira, Eric Njuguna and Everyncy Khalifwa before Kibera chief magistrate Joyce Gandani.

BY NT CORRESPONDENT.

Three men who allegedly shot Deputy CJ Philomena Mwilu’s bodyguard have this afternoon been arraigned in court and charged with robbery with violence .
The three appeared before a Kibera court.

James Wachira, Eric Njuguna and Everyncy Khalifwa were arraigned before Kibera chief magistrate Joyce Gandani.

Musyoka was shot three times near Marsabit Plaza and his gun stolen.

The suspects were apprehended in Ruiru on November 17 and the weapon recovered.

They denied committing the crime against police constable Titus Musyoka on October 24 before a Kibera court.

They were each released on Sh1 million bond with sureties of the same amount.

BACK GROUND.

In October, two people who allegedly shot Deputy Chief Justice Philomena Mwilu’s body guard were detained.

The suspects were arraigned at Kikuyu Law Court before Principal Magistrate D Musyoka who ordered them to be detained for 14 days pending police investigation.

According to miscellaneous application seen by NairobiTIMEZ, Evans Khalif and Bernard Aliuba are alleged to have robbed Police Corporal Titus Musyoki attached to the Deputy Chief Justice as a driver.

During the alleged robbery, DCJ’s driver was shot twice on the left jaw and shoulder and a pistol make Jericho loaded with 15 rounds of 9mm taken from him by the suspects who were using a motorcycle Reg. No KMDW 868H.

“It has been proven to me on oath that the purpose of investigations into the commission of an offense and it is necessary or desirable to place in the custody the respondent” ruled the Magistrate.

The offense was committed along Ngong road opposite Impala Club on the October 25.

Detectives said they needed more time to establish the ownership of the said motorcycle and arrest their co-accused who is at large.

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