Linda claimed she was immediately escorted to police headquarters
and soon after served with a waiver notice at around 11.00 am.
She alleges that Mr Wanjohi immediately appointed Mr Ndungu as a
presiding officer to conduct orderly room proceedings against her and
she was charged with the offence committing an act which amounts
to corruption contrary to the law.
She claims that the proceedings were conducted as from 12.00 pm.
“Notably, Mr Wanjohi was the star witness whereas his evidence
contradicted with the officers who were together with him and thus
not collaborated, the presiding officer (who is Wanjohi’s junior) took
up the evidence of Wanjohi on whose basis he convicted the
applicant,” Ojienda said in the court papers.