Court to rule on Mugo wa Wairimu’s bail application in December

Fake doctor James Mugo Ndichu alias Mugo wa Wairimu in court at a past date. Photo/Suek

Rogue doctor James Mugo Ndichu alias Mugo wa Wairimu will know whether he will continue with his case while in remand or on bail on 6th December.

The prosecution objected his release on bail after he denied five counts of offences.

The court heard that Mugo Should continue staying in custody since the police are yet to complete investigations.
The court heard that the accused is likely to interfere with the ongoing investigations if released on bail.
According to the police, there are witnesses who are yet to be traced and some need to be put under protection.
Mugo who is facing other criminal offenses was charged with operating a business of a pharmacist while not registered as a pharmacist.
He is accused of running Millan Health International Limited in Kayole without a license where he is accused of committing illegal abortions and extortion.
He is also accused of a operating a medical laboratory without registration and license by the Kenya Laboratory Technicians and Technologists Board.
Further, Mugo was charged that on 3rd November 2018, he was operating a medical clinic without registration and license by the Medical Practitioners and Dentists Board.
Lastly, he was accused of practising nursing while not registered and licensed under the nurses Act.
Mugo was arrested on 12th November 2018 in Gachie Area, Kiambu County. He was arraigned in court where the police obtained orders to detain him further to complete investigations.
Two people alleged to be his employees were charged and released on a Sh 200,000 cash bail.
22 year old Victor Gathiru Kamunya and 19 year old Risper Auma Agony who told the court that they were students on internship in Mugo’s clinic are some of the people charged already charged in association with the illegal clinic.
Police stated hunting Mugo after NTV did a story on his Kayole clinic where they discovered that he was still not licensed, had no qualified staff and allegedly conducted abortions.