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VIDEO: Sabina Chege is trying to fix me because of personal issues - says Wazir Chacha

By Fay Ngina | April 4th 2018

Wazir Benson Chacha, conman suspect accused of defrauding and conning MPs money, on Wednesday 4 April said that Murang’a Woman Representative Sabina Chege is trying to fix him because of personal issues or differences.

Chacha said that Sabina should be investigated as a person of interest in the ongoing court issue and not him.

"I am innocent. The person who should be investigated is Sabina Chege. She should be co-accused as the person of interest. Not me. Sabina Chege is the person behind everything. She is just trying to fix me maybe due to personal issues or differences. So she should be investigated as the co-accused,” said Chacha.

On Wednesday morning, during an interview on Hot 96, Sabina Chege said that she has never had any contact with the suspect and even challenged him to release the videos

“I’m waiting. Because, let me tell you, I will not be intimidated. When I spoke about it in Parliament and I asked the Speaker that I needed to make a personal statement, one, it is because I can tell you I have never had any personal contact with Chacha,” said Sabina.

“With the kind of relationship we are talking about, if Chacha had videos, he would have released them,” she continued.

Sabina also clarified that the picture circulating on social media is of a man named Sammy who owns a shop in Murang’a

“The picture in circulation is of a young man called Sammy who has a small shop in Murang'a. Not Chacha. That picture was taken after I was announced the winner of the women representative seat Murang'a,” she said.

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