Exclusive: 'Officer' who called & 'summoned' King Kaka speaks to PulseLive

Setting the record straight

King Kaka arriving at DCI

The man who King Kaka claimed summoned him to the DCI has spoken to Pulselive.co.ke and dispelled the allegations.

On Tuesday Pulselive.co.ke got a hold of Callen Mongina Onyancha after his number was shared by King Kaka.

Mr Onyancha said he did not call King Kaka and he had communicated with his manager Dennis Njenga to book the artist perform at a club in Eldoret.

"... mimi tulikuwa tunazungmzia biashara ya ku perform... nilikuwa na communicate na manager wake. Sina number ya King Kaka (... I reached out to him about coming to perform... I was communicating with his manager. I don't have his number)," Onyancha said.

He further dispelled claims that he is a police officer adding that he is a businessman.

Onyancha told Pulselive.co.ke that he had received alot of calls after the alleged summon of Kaka by the DCI which had left him worried.

"I was shocked today because I have been receiving alot of calls from various people including a call from Thirdway Alliance leader Ekuru Aukot," he said.

I have been summoned - King Kaka

On Tuesday, King Kaka claimed that he had been summoned by DCI and presented himself at the Kiambu headquarters.

However, in a quick rejoinder, DCI refuted the allegations stating that they had not summoned the musician.

"We wish to condemn strongly false information being peddled through social media to the effect that one Kennedy Ombima @RabbitTheKing has been summoned. Nobody from @DCI_Kenya has summoned him.

"Anybody wishing for publicity should be warned to desist from using the @DCI_Kenya as platform in seeking media attention," DCI tweeted.


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