Lawyer Wajackoyah’s escape from Kenya amid Robert Ouko murder probe

Lawyer George Wajackoyah

Lawyer George Wajackoyah testifies in the Sh20 billion Kihingo Village ownership dispute at the Milimani Law Courts on January 19, 2021.

Photo credit: Richard Munguti | Nation Media Group

What you need to know:

  • Prof Wajackoyah testified in the Sh20 billion Kihingo Village ownership dispute between former Tetu MP James Ndung’u Gethenji and his elder brother Fredrick Gitahi. 
  • He disclosed that before becoming a law professor, he was a street boy, grave digger, a ''hustler'' and a policeman.

Lawyer George Wajackoyah admitted in court on Monday that he fled the country because he was a person of interest in the murder of Cabinet Minister Robert Ouko 31 years ago.


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