Police imposter Joshua Waiganjo, has denied stealing a lorry from a Nakuru businessman in 2007 where he masqueraded as an Assistant commissioner of Police.
Appearing before chief magistrate Bernard Mararo, Waiganjo who faces a robbery with violence case, in his defense told the court that the said motor vehicle is being used by the police trying to frame him as payback.
“The police have an intention of making sure i don’t leave prison since am being charged of owning my own vehicle, it is clear am being framed,” he said.
He had been charged before a Naivasha court that on August 16, 2012, in Kikopey, using actual force, robbed Stephen Kimani off his lorry and mobile phone, both valued at more than Sh4 million, charges he denied.
Waiganjo poked holes in the prosecution case against him saying that he is being charged with stealing a lorry with registration number KYY 524, but according to the registrars of motor vehicles at KRA, the vehicle does not exist in their records.
According to him, he bought the vehicle in question in Embu county way back in 2007 and he has evidence of the log book and sale agreement to prove his case.
“I have all the documents that shows i legally own the vehicle, It is baffling to be branded a thief because even the KRA said the said stolen vehicle does nit exist,” He added.