**Range Rover Linked to Pastor Ng’ang’a Had Number Plates Changed
The Range Rover that caused a fatal accident on Sunday had its number plate changed by the National Transport and Safety Authority.
Kamweru said he sold the vehicle to Harrison Nyota Ngunyi on November 22, 2013, who later sold it to Francis Ng’ang’a Mundia of Valley Road Motors.
He said he wrote a letter to the Registrar of Motor Vehicles to dispose the vehicle registration
number KBS 282A as salvage, which was never done.
The vehicle, which is alleged to belong to pastor Ng’ang’a killed Mercy Njeri on Sunday evening. It had KCD 060Q number plates during the accident. The pastor has denied he owns the vehicle.
On Thursday, a journalist who wrote a story claiming the controversial pastor was driving the Range Rover was allegedly kidnaped and beaten.
In a conversation seen by the Star between the journalist and his boss, the editor reprimands him for “increasingly becoming cheeky by day and getting away with it.”
According to documents seen by the Star, the Range Rover initially registered as KBS 282A,
was involved in another fatal accident on August 13, 2013, before Kamweru sold it.
The boss asks why the journalist shared “something that even the news desk could not touch” on his page.
Witnesses said the Range Rover Sport was being driven by the pastor, but police denied the reports saying it was driven by Simon Kuria.
On Thursday, the IG dispatched a team of investigators led by Internal Affairs director Leo Nyongesa to Tigoni police station to establish
the facts about the accident.
Boinett said traffic police officers based in Tigoni will face disciplinary action if found to have given misleading reports about the accident.