Ex-NYS Boss speaks after reports he tried to flee the country

It was reported that he tried to flee to Dubai on Wednesday night

Ndubai who spoke to the Standard said that he was in Nairobi and people should ignore any reports that he tried to flee the country.

“I’m very much in Nairobi, ignore those reports,” said Ndubai.

“I am with the DG and I wonder how he can be checking in at JKIA when he is here with me. Those are fake reports being created by people out to mislead Kenyans,” said Ogamba.

His words came even as the Kenya Airports Police Unit (KAPU) released a statement dismissing reports that the ex-NYS Director-General attempted to flee Kenya after his release from remand on Wednesday night.

Speculations were rife on social media Wednesday night through Thursday morning that Ndubai had booked a KQ flight to Dubai in the UAE, raising eyebrows on whether he deposited his travel documents as was ordered by the Courts.

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