Time waster

Guys there is an idiot who took my goods and refused to pay for them.

I went for them and took them off his premises. He went to the DPP saying that the police have refused to help him. He filed a criminal Cha against me saying that I broke into his premises which is a lie. The DPP is harassing the police station asking for answers.

They called me Jana askin me to go record a statement yet i have done so numerous times and they are aware I have done no wrong.

If i change my phone no and lie low will this situation blow over or what can I do because this idiot is trying to frustrate me yet he knows the cops implicated him.

Sonko alijifanya mdead kuhepa case ya Shimo la tewa sasa anasaka njia za kuhepa mara ya piri.

‘That idiot’ pose a great threat than you think. Kosa ku-cooperate and you will be the idiot.

ulichukua sheria mkononi. the only option you have is to cooperate with the police, mruke huyo jamaa, DPP aone jamaa anamuharibia time

Tread carefully…this might come to bite you in the itina

Alireport Kwa polisi kabla akimbie dpp?ako na on number?
Uyo jamaa mtafutie wanaume wafinye yeye makende

Ok, i will cooperate.

But this idiot was called to the AP post and he fled. The case ended afew months ago and yet again he didn’t show up to sign the consent form stating that the case is over.

What is the best course of action when dealing with such a person.

Yes he did anf the cops send him away cos his case was baseless. Now he is fighting the cops via the DPP. They called me saying the DPP wants a report.

Tafutia uyo jamaa maboy wamfinye makende aingize njeve, mtu akiwa na Mali ya wenyewe hafai kulet ujeuri,Mali umefanyia Kazi!

This nigga no one knows where he lives. Im thinking of pulling the same move as him. I just toroka and become untraceable

Hapo iko shida.Fanyia yeye trackin utambue mahali analala.Iyo ingine ni kumpangia na kumwona kosovo

Hahaha such tactics will make the situation worse. That isn’t an option. I want to live my normal life away from this idiot and his childish games

That’s my advice.Mtu anaezaje leta ujeuri Kwa Mali yako.Acha uoga!

You are misleading him.He just need to cooperate and close out the case

Sina experience but I would get a lawyer tuende kwa DCI to explain exactly what happened. Naona ukitoleshwa fine but sii kubwa sana

First question. How much is the ‘mali’ worth.
Is it worth the hustle you are going through?
If it is,hata wewe enda kwa Ombudsman useme DCI anakuharass juu ya kesi ya wizi was mali yako…ara

ungereport the non payment to police , ndio wakusaidie kuchukua mali yako …kujifanya rambo has brought all this unnecessary drama to your life … Mimi nikiona naeza ua mtu over small stuff , i leave it or go by the book …

I reported to the police and the AP and on both ocassions he fled. He lied hes going to use the toilet but ran away. The case was ruled to be over of which he needed to sign a consent form but he ran away again and hasn’t signed it.



In the eyes of the police, Mr Ibrahim Ndung’u Ndirangu is a man with an insatiable urge for complaints and will use whatever trick to sue any woman who rejects him.
The story of Mr Ndirangu paints the image of a man hell-bent on seeking revenge against those who reject him by using legal channels to frustrate them.
And when the law caught up with him, he devised ways of using legal technicalities to complain against the police, lawyers and even judicial officers who attempted to expose his lies.
A report by the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) obtained by the Nation shows that Mr Ndirangu not only sued his estranged lovers but also their parents, detectives and senior police officers who went after him for falsifying information.
He is said to have gone to the extent of reporting himself to the police just so he could get grounds to file complaints against them.
“The subject seems to have an insatiable urge for complaints. We are also investigating the possibility that he may have caused complaints to be made against himself so that he may demand the arrest and prosecution of persons purported to have booked them for giving false information,” a letter from the DCI to the Public Complaints Unit of police reads.

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And in recent developments, courts have found him culpable of applying similar gimmicks to delay criminal proceedings against him for three years.
In a ruling issued by High Court Judge Jairus Ngaah, Mr Ndirangu will remain in remand until five out of the 17 criminal offences levelled against him are heard and determined.
He faces 17 counts of forgery and impersonation before two magistrates at the Nyeri Law Courts.
The High Court ruling upheld an earlier decision by Senior Resident Magistrate Ruth Kefa to cancel a bond given to the accused after his case was adjourned a record 18 times since 2016.
He was charged with several counts of forgery and impersonation on October 6, 2016 and granted a Sh3 million bond with surety of similar amount or a cash bail of Sh1 million.
After posting the bond, Mr Ndirangu was released and then the gimmicks to delay the case began.
For the next three years, he came up with a myriad excuses to delay the trial.
When he did not claim that his lawyer was absent, he claimed the prosecution had not supplied him with supporting documents. The excuses kept changing.
In an interesting turn of events, in May 2018 he told the court that his lawyer had died and he needed time to hire a new lawyer.
This was the ninth time the case was being adjourned. For the next one year, the case was adjourned eight more times and when he appeared before Senior Principal Magistrate Mutua on June 13, Mr Ndirangu made a drastic move.
He asked the magistrate to recuse himself from the case. This would see the case re-assigned to Senior Resident Magistrate Kefa - who cancelled his bond after he claimed he had not received witness statements.
On Tuesday, Judge Ngaah upheld the cancellation of his bond noting that his motive was to delay the trial.
“My reading of the accused’s conduct would lead me to the same conclusion. Needless to reiterate, if it will take remanding the accused in order for him to appropriate his entitlement of a timely trial as stipulated under article 50(2)(e) of the Constitution, so be it,” Judge Ngaah said.
The man identified by police as a perennial complainant who sues his estranged lovers as payback now faces the challenge of exonerating himself from at least 17 counts of forgery and impersonation.
Investigations now show that Mr Ndirangu made complaints against his two ex-wives and their parents, as well as two other former lovers.

Akchukua Mali yake thought ako na guts za kupambana na iyo jangili.