Moses Muigai Ngugi, who is facing charges of police impersonation. PHOTO | COURTESYMoses Muigai Ngugi, who is facing charges of police impersonation. PHOTO | COURTESY
By HILARY KIMUYU

A man who was arrested in July in possession of a deadly arsenal and several fake identification cards from government agencies is on the run after jumping bail.

Apparently, Moses Muigai Ngugi, who was charged with the offence of impersonation, failed to appear in court on Thursday as ordered.

Police have now appealed to members of the public to divulge any information of his whereabouts and report to the nearest police station. His Warrant of Arrest is already out.

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Mr Muigai was arrested in Lavington in July after he met a businessman Francis Mburu whom he had promised to help dealing with the Ruaraka land saga.

GUNS AND BULLETS

According to the police,  Mr Muigai had been masquerading as a National Intelligence Service (NIS), Kebs, EACC, ODPP and immigration official on different occasions in Nairobi.

After the arrest, the suspect led detectives to his house in Syokimau were the IDs were found together with two guns and over 700 bullets were recovered.