Two employees of the fake doctor Mugo wa Wairimu Victor Gathiru Kamunya, 22 years and Risper Auma Agony before Nairobi Magistrate Court.


Two employees of the Rogue doctor Mugo Ndichu alias Mugo wa Wairimu have been charged for practising without licenses.

The 22 year old Victor Gathiru Kamunya and 19 year old Risper Auma Agony are accused that on 3rd November 2018 at Millan Health Care International Limited in Kayole, jointly with others not before court were operating a business of a pharmacist while not registered as pharmacists.

The two were also charged with operating a medical laboratory without registration and licence by the Kenya Medical Laboratory Technicians and Technologists Board.

The court also heard that the two accused persons were practicing as unregistered and unlicensed persons contrary to the Medical Practitioners and Dentists Act.

It is alleged that the accused persons willfully presented themselves as doctors to Yumbia, CEO Kenya Medical Practitioners and Dentists Board, professing to be practising medicine.

Kamunya who alleges to be a student at Kenya Medical Training College (KMTC) and an intern at the clinic is further charged with using the title ‘Doctor’ by presenting himself as Dr Victor having not acquired a higher academic doctorial qualification.

Auma alleges to be a student at Kiriri University in Githurai, Nairobi.

They are also accused of practicing nursing while not registered and licence under the Nurses Act.

They pleaded not guilty before Senior Principal Magistrate Martha Mutuku.

The prosecution did not object to the release of the accused persons on bail. However the magistrate directed that a probation report be tabled before bail is issued.

“This is a suitable case for a probation report to be tabled in court before bail is issued,” directed the magistrate.

The case will be mentioned on 15 for pre-trial.

The two were arrested after flying squad’s head of operations John Njoroge and his team stormed the clinic with Kenya Medical Practitioners and Dentists Board CEO Daniel Yumbya.

Victor was found attending one of the patients at the clinic.

Mutuku remanded them until Thursday to await a pre-bail report before setting bond terms.

Police are still looking for Mugo after he was named as the owner of the clinic.