- He had presented himself at the Nakuru law courts Wednesday following reports police were looking for him.
- Police dumped him in Nairobi after being driven around to nowhere.
Former Mungiki leader Maina Njenga has detailed events that occurred on Monday after presenting himself to the Directorate of Criminal Investigations headquarters for questioning.
Njenga said that Azimio leaders and his supporters showed solidarity when he was at the DCI.
Speaking on Friday during the Wiper Democratic Movement prayer meeting in Yatta, Njenga said Karua made calls to help him out.
"When Karua came there, she made calls and at some point, she said we should stand and leave DCI offices and we got up, walked and we were returned when we reached the gate," Njenga said.
The former Mungiki leader said that more than 2,000 supporters tried to enter DCI but Karua calmed them.
He narrated that when he was seated with his lawyers and Karua, they were told to see the DCI in another room but Karua prevented him when he was told to go alone.
"I want to thank Karua because she is the one who raised the alarm and went to the gate where there were people and shouted that someone had stolen from her," Njenga said.
"After that everyone went their own way, I was put in a car and taken to the GSU headquarters. I was thereafter taken to an unknown place and I asked myself where they were taking me."
Njenga said that after some time, calls were made and he was returned to Nairobi where he was released on free bond.
On Wednesday, he presented himself at the Nakuru law courts following reports police were looking for him.
He had already secured an anticipatory bail stopping police from arresting or detaining him.
It is there that he was told to go to the DCI headquarters in Nairobi, Thursday.
Njenga will on Monday be arraigned to face charges of engaging in criminal activities including encouraging support for an outlawed group.
He will be charged alongside 11 of his followers with whom they will face 12 counts of engaging in criminal activities and unlawful possession of a firearm, possession of bhang and possession of records likely to be useful to a person preparing a serious crime.