Theft suspects who broke into former President Uhuru Kenyatta’s Northlands Farm in Ruiru, Kiambu County, have been given a deadline by former Mungiki Leader Maina Njenga to surrender any stolen items by December 31, 2023, or face repercussions.
After organizing a tree-planting event at the farm yesterday, Njenga spoke to the media and asked for forgiveness from the thugs who had damaged the land.
Njenga claimed that he was aggressively looking for the people who were allegedly responsible for the sheep theft. He did not, however, specify the precise repercussions should they miss his deadline.
We would like the people who chopped down the trees to apologize if they had gone and burned them like fuel. In addition, he said, “They should return all goats that are still at their houses so that the owner’s intended progeny can be produced.”
“We are searching for goat thieves, and we’ve declared that anyone who has stolen goats but hasn’t eaten them should bring them here by the 31st.”
Goons purportedly sent by Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua stormed the Northlands farm in March 2023, stealing over 1,500 Dorper sheep, felling trees, and setting a portion of the property on fire.
In an act of support for the former president, Njenga and his supporters planted trees on a portion of the Northlands farm.