•Police told the Star that Maina Njenga was on his way to Nakuru where he surrendered himself on Wednesday.
•Kioni termed the accusations against Njenga as harassment and political witch-hunt.
Ex-Mungiki leader Maina Njenga was on Thursday afternoon ferried to an unknown destination after appearing before DCI.
This was after spending more than two hours inside the Directorate of Criminal Investigation headquarters along Kiambu Road.
However, Njenga was not seen walking out of the headquarters.
His lawyer Ndegwa Njiru confirmed that he was not at Kiambu courts as assumed earlier.
"I went to Kiambu law courts and my client was not there," he said.
Police told the Star that Maina Njenga was on his way to Nakuru where he surrendered himself on Wednesday.
But reports later emerged that the ex-Mungiki leader was in Nanyuki.
Embattled Jubilee Secretary General Jeremiah Kioni termed the accusations against Njenga as harassment and a political witch-hunt.
"Njenga was lied to. We were consulting. Then the DCI called him to consult with him but they blocked the lawyers who wanted to join him, " he said.
Kioni said Njenga was not allowed to take a plea in Nakuru on Wednesday and that he was being asked to take a plea today ( Thursday).
In the morning, Maina Njenga was accompanied by Azimio leaders including Martha Karua, Eugene Wamalwa, Mwangi wa Iria and George Wajackoyah at the DCI.
Njenga presented himself at the Nakuru law courts on Wednesday following reports police were looking for him.
He was with his lawyer Ndegwa Njiru when he presented himself in court.
From the court, the former Mungiki leader presented himself to the Nakuru County Directorate of Criminal Investigation offices to record a statement.
It is there that he was told to go to the DCI headquarters in Nairobi, Thursday.
He had gotten an anticipatory bail on Tuesday stopping police from arresting or detaining him over claims of possession of two guns and 90 rolls of bhang.