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Police imposter Joshua Waiganjo discharged from hospital

By Antony Gitonga | January 17th 2014

By Antony Gitonga

Naivasha, Kenya: Police imposter Joshua Waiganjo has been discharged from Naivasha District Hospital where he has been undergoing treatment for the last five days.

Wainganjo, who was suffering from diabetes, hypertension and gout, was taken back to Naivasha prison after his condition improved.

The officer in charge of the prison Patrick Mwenda said the inmate, who is serving two years, was in good health.

“The inmate has recovered and doctors have discharged him and he is back in prison but under medication,” said the officer.

Mwenda at the same time dismissed rumors on social media over the condition of Waiganjo saying that he was safe and recuperating.


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