Pastor Ng’ang’a locked up again pending bail ruling

August 20, 2015 1:21 pm

Speaking to reporters soon after the four accused appeared in court, Peter Ndungu described the incident as unfortunate and stated the need for proper investigations into the matter.

Ndungu emphasised that this will ensure that his family gains closure.

At the same time, Limuru Member of Parliament John Chege said that the facts will speak for themselves during the case.

“I want to take this opportunity particularly to thank the police for hearing our cry and for revisiting this matter of Mercy (Njeri) because we heard facts and that there were people who were known to have caused it,” he indicated.

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