Who said something about Sabina Chege being a Sabina Joy material?

[SIZE=7]Man extorting MPs ‘has special relationship’ with Sabina Chege[/SIZE]
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NAIROBI, Kenya, Mar 22 – Kenya’s top detective George Kinoti has told a parliamentary committee that the conman who has been soliciting funds from legislators is well known to Murang’a Woman Representative Sabina Chege.
Kinoti told the National Assembly Security Committee that the person has what he described as a ‘special relationship’ with the MP who is also one of the complainants.
He made the revelation before asking MPs to kick out the media covering the event, because he was uncomfortable giving more information in public.
The matter first came up in Parliament last week when Sabina claimed that an individual was using her number to solicit money her fellow legislators.

What the fuck is the meaning of ‘special relationship’?

Cum bucket

She always gives me a bonner when i see her but it fades away when she speaks

alikuwa anamukamua ,dingbat

jakuodho e ma ger moloyo ji te.
Translation: Yule ameenyamba ndio mkali kushinda kila mtu.

:D:D:D

Mzee upara unacheka nini na khupipi changu nef alipotea?

Mjulubeng manenos :D:D:D:D

If you know her history since way back when she was an actor in Tausi that wouldn’t be surprising.
I guess the mjulubengs she has tasted of all shapes and sizes would stretch some kilometres if laid end to end.

Sasa wewe si ulijifanya hutambui KFC?
Tafuta @kijanamrefu nashuku anajua mambo fulani.

Looks good from far. HAd an opportunity to see her face close quarters. mjulubeng hawezi simama

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Wanatombana ni nini wewe

Nawesa tombayeye given the thru pass

Nice lips… BJ certified

Ata mimi jo, she’s so fine!!! Ako na kautambi naweza taka kupapasa

[SIZE=7]Police identify 25 year old man linked to Sabina Chege MPesa con scheme[/SIZE]
By Cyrus Ombati
Published: Mar 22nd 2018 at 15:30, Updated: March 22nd 2018 at 15:39

https://www.standardmedia.co.ke/images/thursday/thumb_qzuhtevybk2sl5ab3a2eb21fec.jpgWazir Benson Chacha in his FaceBook account.
Last week Sabina Chege, the Murang’a Woman Representative shocked Kenyans when she gave an emotional narration on the floor of the House of how her personal details were being used to extort money from members of parliament through M-Pesa.

The police have revealed the name of the man behind the M-Pesa con scheme as 25-year-old Wazir Benson Masubo Chacha, a former Ministry of Devolution employee.

Chacha is accused of using fake MPesa accounts to demand money from Members of Assembly and other VIPs. He is believed to be a friend to a former Member of Parliament (MP) where he got most of the MPs’ contacts.

Our sister publication, The Nairobian, did a story on February 9, 2018 about Chacha who openly revealed a love relationship with former Bomet County Woman Representative, Dr Cecilia Ng’etich.

He claims he fell in love with 54-year old ex-MP Ng’etich only to be left bruised, cold and lonely on Valentine’s Day.

“She dumped me on Valentine’s Day. I was to accompany her to South Africa on that day, only for her to tell me that the relationship was over,” he says.

Police are now looking for Mr Chacha, for questioning over registration of a fake MPesa account using MP Sabina Chege.

Directorate of Criminal Investigation (DCI) George Kinoti said Chacha has been linked to four other cases of fraud and want him to surrender himself for questioning.

“He used an ID number of a former MP to register an MPesa account in the name of Sabina Wanjiku Chege. He did this in Donholm and we have all the details,” said Kinoti.

He added police have in the last week been trying to get him in vain.

Instead, he has switched off his five mobile phones and gone into hiding. But Kinoti told him to surrender to police for processing.

Officials handling the matter have also arrested an attendant who registered the number in Donholm. She is expected to formally take plea on Monday.

Efforts to get a comment from Chacha were futile as all his contacts were switched off.

Kinoti said the issue is being given the needed attention and that efforts to get Chacha are ongoing.

After Chacha had registered the number to indicate it belonged to MP Chege he sent distress messages in her name to a number of VIPs to raise funds. The messages showed Ms Chege was in hospital and needs money to help her.

At least four MPs including Speaker of National Assembly Justin Muturi sent money to the number thinking it was Chege who was in need.

Ms Chege recounted before the National Assembly Committee on Security and National Administration how the man impersonated her and sent messages to three CSs and legislators at night saying she needed cash urgently.

“Those who sent the money saw that the M-Pesa number had been registered under Sabina Wanjiku Chege. That is why they did not suspect anything. It wasn’t until former MP Jakoyo Midiwo asked me about it the following day that I learnt of it. Many other people had been sent the same message,” Ms Chege said.

Midiwo and three other MPs have also reported the matter to the police.

Speaker Muturi, CSs Eugene Wamalwa, Peter Munya and Margaret Kobia and unknown senators have fallen victim to the racket and sent money. The committee heard that Mr Muturi lost Sh30,000 after the same man sent a distress message supposedly in need of help to buy medication.

Former Migori Senator Wilfred Machage is said to have deposited Sh140,000 to Chacha’s account but it is not clear for what reasons

It also emerged that Chacha sent two students of Multimedia University to collect Sh100,000 from Midiwo after he demanded more information.

The two students include a nephew to the former MP. They were charged with attempting to obtain money from the politician by false pretences.

Derick Ng’etich and Edwin Warukira were accused of fraudulently obtaining money from the former Gem MP and Ms Chege on March 8 at Goldenspot Restaurant in Nairobi.

They are accused of obtaining Sh100, 000 from the two legislators.

The two denied the charges before chief magistrate Francis Andayi and requested for a free bond, claiming both are students.

Ng’etich, 19 told police Chacha called him that day and requested that he goes and picks the money from Midiwo from the restaurant. The student had met Chacha in the former MP’s house and they knew each other.

“The boy says Chacha told him he was unwell in hospital and needed the money to enable him pay the bills. The boy told him he was in Rongai and Chacha sent him fare and direction to the restaurant to enable him pick the money.”

It was as Ng’etich and his friend Warukira went to pick the money from the former MP that they were arrested by police who had been informed.

And after Chacha learnt police were involved he switched off his mobile phones. Come Monday, he was sighted in Ruiru but again vanished and police say they are looking for him.

Tgis

This Chacha guy anakaa jambazi sugu. Naona akichaguliwa kama MP very soon