Peter Ng'ang'a, a driver at Burma meat market, when he appeared before a Kibera court on May 14, 2018. PHOTO | BESNON MATHEKAPeter Ng'ang'a, a driver at Burma meat market, when he appeared before a Kibera court on May 14, 2018. PHOTO | BESNON MATHEKA
By BENSON MATHEKA

A driver has been charged with being in possession of 500 kilograms of suspected Zebra meat.

Mr Peter Ng’ang’a, 44, denied three counts before Kibera principal magistrate Esther Boke on Monday.

He was released on Sh200,000 cash bail.

Mr Ng’ang’a was arrested by undercover Kenya Wildlife Services (KWS) detectives on Sunday in Dandora.

The detectives got a tip-off of possible game meat being sold in Kitengela.

They established a surveillance team in the area before trailing the suspect to Dandora Phase 3, a suspected distribution point.