Mungiki Boss Freed

The East African Standard (Nairobi)/December 4, 2001

Mungiki National Co-ordinator, Mr Ibrahim Ndura Waruinge has announced his organisation's new year master plan immediately after being released on a Sh1 million bond.

A defiant Waruinge who was released on Friday evening after getting bail said his resolve to fight for the downtrodden was made while being held incommunicado in various police stations.

He said the sect followers's plan was to ensure the smooth running of matatu business.

He said Mungiki now has a wider plan to re-settle the landless and displaced people especially those in the Rift Valley following the 1992 tribal clashes, establish businesses like hawking in major towns and spearhead civic education seminars ahead of the next year's general election.

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