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VIDEO: Wanted Spy Queen Cries Uncontrollably as She Narrates Her Troubles With Police

by Musa Abdirahman

Kenya’s top female private investigator who is now on DCI’s wanted list Jane Wawira Mugo on Tuesday cried uncontrollably as she narrated the source of her troubles.

Speaking to KTN News’ journalist Nicholas Wambua, the embattled female spy expressed fear for her life, noting that her work irked DCI investigators and senior police officers who have formed private investigation firm to bring her down in fear of competition.

Jane who spoke from her hideout said she was innocent adding that the arrest warrant issued against her has been fueled by her investigative report that touched on top police officials.

She faulted DCI boss George Kinoti for listing her as a wanted criminal through a social media post without having any evidence to support her alleged crimes.

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She further noted while crying that the DCI did not consider her children while posting about her on social media, citing that her first born who is in form four could have been affected the most.

Watch Wawira’s video interview with KNT News via this tweet.

Jane is expected to present herself in Court today (Tuesday).

She was put on a wanted list on September 11, 2019 when DCI listed her as a serial Criminal who has committed various criminal activities including robbery with Violence, personation and threatening to kill.

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According to DCI, Jane was in 2015 accused and charged with detaining a man for hours after forcing him to pay Ksh.440,000 to her- vide CR141/184/2015.

She is further accused of abducting a Nairobi businessman and locking him up in her office at Baba Ndogo and forced him to pay a debt of Ksh. 400,000, a claim Jane has refuted saying that she has never had an office in Baba Dogo throughout her career.

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