The father-in-law of a woman killed during a car crash involving Televangelist James Ng’ang’a’s vehicle has disclosed scary activities that have been taking place at his Murengeti home, in Limuru.
In a report by the Nation, Peter Ndung’u said that his house was broken into by unknown men who turned it upside down as if searching for something specific.
On Sunday at around 10 am and 12 pm, when Mr. Ndung’su had gone for a church service, the raiders jumped over his fence and ransacked every room without stealing anything.
"It appears like they were looking for a specific thing because after turning everything upside down, they left without taking anything," he said.
Ndung’u reported the matter at Tigoni Police Station noting that he now fears for his life.
He further recounted that he has been spotting strange men prying at his home.
"New faces have been greeting me in the streets and I have also noticed motorcycle riders around my home, mostly at night which is unusual because my house is at a private area," he told the paper.
Ndung’u mentioned that he fears that the break-in could be linked to the acquittal of Evangelist Nga’ng’ a in the road crash case.
In 2015, Mercy Njeri - Ndung’u’s daughter-in-law - was killed in a fatal accident involving Pastor Ng’ang’a’s red Range Rover at Manguo in Limuru along the Nairobi-Nakuru highway.
Ng’ang’a was charged with killing Njeri with dangerous driving but on May 8, 2018 - three years after the accident - he was acquitted.
However, Interior Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiang’i wrote to the DPP Noordin Haji to appeal the ruling.
In a letter, Mr. Matiang’i said that the government was not satisfied with the ruling, arguing that evidence implicating the pastor was overwhelming.
"The ministry notes with surprise the acquittal handed down in the above case where we believe a brazen crime was committed by the accused person," he said.