Mysterious eyewitness at Nyeri Governor accident scene refutes he was at Lake Nakuru

Witness in Chief

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Dennis Ngengi Muigai speaking to journalists at Kabati. PHOTO: COURTESY

The man who has became the centre of online discussions for appearing mysteriously at the sites of two tragic accidents, has come out to clear the air.

The man in question first appeared at the shores of Lake Nakuru on Sunday, October 21st following a helicopter crash in which all its five occupants perished.

Watch him at Lake Nakuru courtesy of NTV:

On the said day, the man identified himself as Dennis Ngegi Mungai and claimed to be a ‘State pilot’.

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Come Tuesday, November 7, the same man appeared at the scene of the accident that took the life of Nyeri Governor Wahome Gakuru, and gave detailed account of what transpired.

He was wearing the same conspicuous dark shades he had in the shores of Lake Nakuru.

But shortly after he was called out by people on social media, the super eyewitness told Citizen Digital that he is a businessman who imports and sells goods locally.

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He also begged to clarify that he witnessed the Governor’s fatal crash but was not the Nakuru Chopper crash witness.

“I was not the witness in the Lake Nakuru Chopper crash,” the pulication quoted him following an exclusive interview.

The ‘star witness’ has raised eyebrows with people questioning what the odds were for a person to be at the scene of two biggest but unrelated incidents in two very different locations.

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Watch the guy recount the Kabati accident: