Its only the business that went sour, but the relationship remains intact.
Mr Mike Muiya admitted to be a friend to the Ngirita’s but denied links to the loss of billions at the National Youth Service.
Earlier, an explosive affidavit penned by one of the Ngiritas exposed Mike Julius Kingoo Muia, as an alleged culprit in the multi-billion scandal at the National Youth Service (NYS).
The sensational affidavit seen by Pulselive.co.ke divulged that Mr. Kingoo was in a partnership with the Ngirita and together they conducted business with the NYS, allegations he has since denied.
“I wish to state that our company has been actively trading with the National Youth Service in partnership with Mike Julius Kingii Muia who is the Chief Investigating officer in the NYS case since 2014.
“I together with Mike Julius Kingoo Muia have been carrying out the business of supplying hardware and renovating facilities at the National Youth Service (NYS)," the affidavit signed by Jeremiah Ngichini Ngirita reads in part.
Jeremiah, who is Ms. Ann’s brother, claimed that animosity between the Ngiritas and the detective started when the business went sour.
"After our business and relationship went soar, Mike Julius Kingoo Muia vowed to use his position to fight our family," Jeremiah said.
The affidavit further alleges that Kingoo has been making sexual advances on Ann Wambere Ngirita, who is accused of ‘supplying air’ to the Service.
Jeremiah stated that it was questionable that Kingoo is now the officer investigating the NYS scandal adding that his family was innocent.
"It is suspicious that Mike Julius Kingoo Muia the officer who I have been all along doing business with and has been making sexual advances to Ms. Ann Wambere Ngirita is the current investigating officer in this case," Jeremiah claims.
Meanwhile, Details have emerged that the Officer at the Kiambu Road-based DCI headquarters could be relieved of his duties and dispatched to Kiganjo for further training, and later leave Nairobi office for a field office.
Chief Inspector of Police Julius Muia swore an affidavit that saw 46 suspects denied bail and remanded by Anti-Corruption court magistrate Douglas Ogoti. He was supposed to have disqualified himself from the probe, sources say.
The officer, who was implicated in a damning affidavit by Jeremiah Ngirita, the Star on Tuesday reported, was also a key business ally to the accused Ngirita, who was denied bail last week.
Jeremiah claimed that Mr Muia has been his business partner and that they have traded with the National Youth Service since 2014 through his company Jerricathy Enterprises.
He added in the sworn affidavit that they have been supplying hardware material and renovation facilities to the NYS in Gilgil.