Fake cop Waiganjo was jobless before 2007, senior police officer tells court
A senior police officer yesterday said police imposter Joshua Waiganjo was jobless when he first met him in 2007. Senior superintendent James Mugera said five years later, he saw Waiganjo in police uniform and was informed he had become a police reservist. Mugera, currently attached to Kiambu, told senior resident magistrate Joe Omido Waiganjo was an imposter. “I met him in 2012 wearing a police jungle uniform and he had a rank of senior superintendent, working at the Police Reservist Unit,” he said. Another officer Joel Mopel said his former boss Remy Ngugi, a commandant at Anti-Stoke Theft Unit, was a close friend of Waiganjo and would occasionally send him to pick Waiganjo from Nakuru to Gilgil. Mopel, currently attached to Webuye police divisional headquarters, told the court Waiganjo told him he worked at the provincial police office in Nakuru and had Assistant Commissioner of Police rank.