Nancy Kigunzu ‘Mathe Wa Ngara’ Seeks Orders To Block Her Arrest Over Ngara Drug Bust

Nancy Kigunzu, a businesswoman, popularly known as ‘Mathe wa Ngara’, has moved to court seeking to block her impending arrest.

Kigunzu characterizes herself as a law-abiding citizen who has never committed any crime stating she has never been summoned by police officers or charged with any crime.

She also believes she is being used as a scapegoat and that authorities have initiated a manhunt for her based on fabricated charges.

According to the application, the timing of the arrest is designed to intimidate and ensure that she does not continue running her business here in Kenya.

Kigunzu further claimed that she is under imminent threats of arrest by the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) and the Inspector General of Police Japhet Koome, accusing them of violating her constitutional rights.

“The powers of arrest by the 1st (DCI) and 2nd (IG Koome) respondents are being abused and misused to harass, intimidate and oppress the applicant,” she said.

She added that she is willing to avail herself of “a just and fair legal system in which her fundamental rights are respected.”

Kigunzu, therefore, wants an injunction to be granted protection from arrest, seeking admission to an anticipatory bail.

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