Obituary

Hosea Kiplagat: Once filthy rich ‘Tugen Mafia’ dies in suffocating debt

Former prison warden and President’s nephew was Kenya’s largest timber poles dealer By Undercover Reporter @UndercoverKe As he sipped wine at a private member’s club last Friday, death was smoking a joint waiting for Hosea Kiplagat at the Karen Hospital. Kiplagat-a Moi political orphan- had left his Karen home along Quarry Lane to Invergara Club […]

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John King’ori: The only vegetation allowed in Nairobi…are vegetables!

‘I is the Mayor… I am not Mr Clean myself,’ said the fitness addict who took dumbbells to hospital By Undercover Reporter Among the many Mayors of Nairobi included a gun runner, a gambling mogul, a boxer, a runaway financier, the President’s daughter. Then there was a semi-literate comedian with investments in hospitality: John Mwangi […]

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Justus Murunga: MP loved lodgings, big cars… but kids schooled on CDF bursary

The late chain smoking Embakasi MP Muhuri Muchiri had palatial homes, but preferred sleeping in backyard bar rooms By Undercover Reporter He preferred sleeping in lodgings, didn’t care much about dressing, but had no qualms exchanging Land Cruisers thrice a year. When he was happy, the belly laugh came from deep down his Luhya diaphragm, […]

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Kyale Mwendwa… and other Freemasons in Kenyatta government!

Gor Mahia chair Ambrose Rachier, Nairobi Hospital’s Dr Joseph Aluoch and former Vice President Moody Awori among loaded Masons By Undercover Reporter He was a Freemason, one of many in government including Cabinet Ministers, High Court judges, nabobs at the Central Bank of Kenya. Include also eminent doctors, lawyers, pilots, architects and engineers. Kyale Mwendwa, […]

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Duncan Wachira: When criminals gifted slay queens AK-47 rifles for Valentine!

Police Commissioner almost went mad hunting down Wacucu, Wanugu and Rasta- Kenya’s baddest crooks By Undercover Reporter He was the Police Commissioner when some criminals gave chicks AK-47 assault rifles as Valentine’s Day gifts. Flowers and chocolate were too common. It was also during the tenure of Duncan Wachira, who died at 73 this week, […]