Drama in Westlands as 10 Men trail Billionaire Jimmy Wanjigi

Interesting revelations

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Emerging reports indicate that Wanjigi, who had made a stop at ABC Place Shopping Mall, was followed by the suspicious men in tinted four wheel vehicles.

According to the Standard, the billionaire had just driven in the mall when the 10 stormed the premises and parked near Wanjigi’s car.

The guard tried to enquire their motive but they refused to respond.

When Wanjigi finished his business inside the mall he confronted the men to know why they were there but they immediately drove away.

“We don’t know what their mission was but boss said they may have been out to harm or take him away by force,” the local daily quoted one of the guards.

Wanjigi, who is allegedly the sole financier of NASA campaigns has interests at the shopping mall.

The security men are said to have taken photos of the vehicle driven by the unknown men.

They mentioned that they would report the matter to the police.

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