Private ‘investigator’ Jane Mugo on Friday broke her silence following the arrest warrant issued against her by the DCI.
Mugo, who is also the CEO of Trimo Security Limited, claimed that the manhunt issued against her was as a result of investigating rogue police officers.
She added that the move by the authorities is aimed at silencing her.
“I saw it coming, police want to silence me. I’ve done investigations touching on senior police officers,” remarked the private investigator while speaking to Citizen TV.
Ms Mugo further hinted that the intensity of the matter was aggravated due to a planned exposé that is to be aired by an unnamed media house.
On Wednesday, the DCI warned the public that Mugo was a serial criminal being pursued by the police for various offences.
The offences pinned on her included robbery with violence, impersonation and threatening to kill.
According to the police, the suspect was alleged to have threatened to kill a man, who she claimed was a spy for a director of an unnamed company she was investigating.
Information from the DCI pointed out that the incident took place at New Muthaiga Estate in August this year where she drew a pistol on the victim.
Wawira was further accused of being the perpetrator in an incident in 2016 where her employees robbed a citizen Ksh90,000.
The man was reportedly attacked by three people identified as Isacc Ndirangu, Noreen Malala and Michael Gita, who introduced themselves as police officers.
The three culprits were later arrested and a radio phone, handcuffs and a pistol recovered from them.
In 2016, Mugo was arrested and taken to court where she was released after three criminal cases were withdrawn.
The move came after the complainants were reported to have changed their minds and stated they were no longer interested in the proceedings.