King Kaka records statement with police over alleged DCI summons
- Kinga Kaka, an hour after appearing at the DCI headquarters where he emerged after 30 minutes, reported to the Muthaiga Police Station where he was issued with Occurrence Book (OB) number 42/17/12/19.
- According to the ‘Wajinga Nyinyi’ hitmaker, his manager - Dennis Njenga - received a call from one Onyancha at 10:41am telling him they had been summoned.
Rapper King Kaka, real name Kennedy Ombima, has now recorded a statement with the police regarding his alleged summoning by the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) which the State agency has since denied.
Kinga Kaka, an hour after appearing at the DCI headquarters where he emerged after 30 minutes, reported to the Muthaiga Police Station where he was issued with Occurrence Book (OB) number 42/17/12/19.
The @DCI_Kenya instructed @RabbitTheKing to report the person that summoned him at Muthaiga Police Station. He has reported and @NPSOfficial_KE @PoliceKE have promised to investigate whoever called and summoned him. He has been issued with Occurence Book (OB) number 42/17/12/19. https://t.co/OppfdtJ2f6 pic.twitter.com/xFL0rrQ9B4
— Boniface Mwangi (@bonifacemwangi) December 17, 2019
According to the ‘Wajinga Nyinyi’ hitmaker, his manager — Dennis Njenga — received a call from one Onyancha at 10:41am telling him they had been summoned.
“The person on the other end said ‘either you come to us or we come for you…we know where you are’,” said King Kaka, while addressing the press outside the DCI headquarters.
“We came here but have been told that the number is not working and doesn’t belong to the DCI.”
The George Kinoti-led team earlier however refuted reports of summoning the popular musician.
We wish to condemn strongly false information being peddled through social media to the effect that one Kennedy Ombima @RabbitTheKing has been summoned. Nobody from @DCI_Kenya has summoned him| @bonifacemwangi |@citizentvkenya https://t.co/aeEZ7JQEZS
— DCI KENYA (@DCI_Kenya) December 17, 2019
Kirinyaga Governor Anne Waiguru on Monday threatened to take legal action against King Kaka, accusing him of defaming her using certain lyrics in the ‘Wajinga Nyinyi’ song.
According to the governor, the song contains references to her which are malicious and reckless with complete disregard of the loss or damage occasioned to her.
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