After denying his involvement in the accident along Nairobi-Nakuru highway on Sunday evening, July 26 2015, at around 5:30 pm at Manguo area, the police report is finally out and guess what? Pastor James Ng’ang’a was involved. The accident that killed Mercy Njeri and left her husband, Martin Mbugua in the ICU at Tigoni Sub-county hospital fighting for his life. It was reported that the couple was travelling to meet Mbugua’s father, Peter Ndung’u, when the accident happened.
The Neno Evangelism Centre pastor was driving a Range Rover Sports which collided with the couple’s car. Mercy Njeri later died at the hospital while undergoing treatment. According detective’s report submitted to the Inspector General, the controversial city preacher jumped into another car and left the scene of accident quickly as recorded by eye witnesses. Nevertheless, one of the eye witnesses among the three key witnesses claims the pastor did ignore him as he called out his name.
NTV earlier reported that the Tigoni Police officers never recorded statements from passers by who saw the whole scene. To everyone’s surprise their report (Tigoni Police officers) even contradicts the detectives findings about the accident and the persons responsible. The report also reveals that there was a police officer present at the scene after the accident in plain clothes, controlling the traffic after the accident.
Was he protecting the pastor? This is one of the many questions people are asking as other findings in the report, reveal that the official records at Tigoni Police station may have been altered. This comes after the pastor’s car was released a few hours after the accident. To the understanding of many Kenyans in such a scenario the vehicle should have undergone a thorough inspection before being released and that could take days or even weeks. In addition, the particulars of the car: the number plate, insurance even the ownership according to the report are very suspicious.
The pastor who as it stands has another case in Limuru court for causing death by dangerous driving back in 2012. And now comes the part many Kenyans are waiting to witness, will he get away with this one? Will the police redeem their sole duty to kenyans?
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