In Summary

  • The the woman in mathee wa Ngara scandal want the court to stop her arrest by police
  • She says she is a woman of high moral standards and have never committed any crime in Kenya
  • Nancy, through her lawyer prayed to court to court to release her two sons who are minors

The controversial proprietor Nancy Kigunzu alias ‘Mathee wa Ngara’, has moved to court, seeking to stop her arrest and prosecution over drug trafficking allegations.

Kigunzu, who authorities say is a notorious drug paddler in Nairobi, has denied any involvement in the illegal trade and accused the police of fabricating evidence against her.

She claims that she is a respectable and law-abiding citizen who has never committed any crime in Kenya, either alone or with others.

“I have never committed any crime in Kenya nor have I been involved in any criminal activity in Kenya neither personally not jointly with others and I therefore do not understand why the police are looking to arrest me,” she says in her court papers.

Kigunzu says that she does not understand why the police want to arrest her and have detained her two minor sons, aged 16 and 17, for five days without any justification.

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According to court documents, her lawyer, Shanice Maingi, has requested the court to block her arrest and prosecution until the relevant agencies conduct a thorough investigation and provide her with an opportunity to defend herself.

She has also applied for an anticipatory bail.

Mathee wa Ngara was declared a wanted person by the police after reports emerged that she was involved in drug dealing in Kariua slums.

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