How DCI plans to jail controversial bishop

In what seems like an open onslaught against controversial Kiambu Bishop David Ngari alias Gakuyo, the DCI has outlined the process that complainants should follow to instigate criminal proceedings

Kenyans from Kiambu and Nairobi Counties who have been defrauded by Gakuyo Real Estate, Ekeza Sacco Limited and Gakuyo Investment Club have now been instructed to do the following;

  1. Report to the DCI Headquarters along Kiambu Road on March 19, 2019, at 9:00am.

David Kariuki Ngare popularly known as bishop Gakuyo

  1. Carry bank deposits showing withdrawal/deposits agreement, deposit slips, receipts and any other relevant document related to the dealing.
  2. For those who hail from other Counties, Communication will be made by the DCI in due course.

The Ekeza Sacco scandal has made headlines for quite some time, with Sacco members demonstrating against embezzlement of their money by the bishop and the leaders of the sacco.

The funds were transferred from the Sacco accounts to David Kariuki Ngare popularly known as Bishop Gakuyo personal account.

The Government revoked the Sacco’s license in 2018, following complaints by the members that it was sharing financial accounts with the Gakuyo Real Estate Company.

Pressure mounted on Ngare in 2019 in relation to the scandal and the bishop attempted to sell his properties in order to pay the members.

His attempts were, however, stopped after an application from the Commissioner of Cooperatives.

On March 7, 2019, the controversial televangelist surrendered to the police.

Bishop David Kariuki Ngare popularly known as Gakuyo

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