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Shocking details finally emerge on the 54-year-old Kikuyu woman arrested in Ngara with Ksh 13.4 million in cash and bhang worth millions

by Paul Nyongesa
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A 54-year-old woman, Teresia Wanjiru, also known as Mathe, found herself in handcuffs as the Anti-Narcotics Unit and Trans-National Organized Crime Unit apprehended her in Ngara.

The joint operation resulted in a significant breakthrough, unearthing a disturbing connection between her and the illicit drug trade.

Wanjiru, who had been operating under the guise of a ‘mama fua’ (laundry woman), was allegedly the key source of narcotics, particularly marijuana, in the Ngara area. Her arrest sent shockwaves through the community, revealing a hidden side to her seemingly innocuous facade.

In a calculated move, law enforcement officers uncovered a startling assortment of evidence. Among the discoveries were two sizable gunny bags concealing a staggering sum of 13.4 million Kenyan shillings in cash.

The unsettling revelation was compounded by the seizure of 26 bags of cannabis, four cartons of rolling materials, 173 individually packaged sweets suspected to contain illegal substances, and even a carton filled with suspected weed-infused cookies.

The operation also led to the apprehension of three juveniles, aged between 16 and 17, suggesting a disturbing web of influence potentially reaching younger members of the community.

Following the arrest, social media was on fire with netizens alleging that the arrested lady, Ms Teresia Wanjiru is the popular ‘Mathe wa Ngara.’

There were mixed reactions from Kenyan netizens with some wanting to know if the suspect is indeed the popular renown drug dealer as some mocked the law enforcers over the arrest.

Some people compared the arrested suspect with the famous Mexican drug lord ‘El Chapo.’

A Twitter use replied to the DCI informing them that despite allegedly arresting ‘Mathe’, they cannot close down the popular spot referred to as ‘Kwa Mathe.’

“You can arrest mathe but you can’t arrest kwa mathe,” @iamgrande wrote.

In their reply, the sleuths dared the Twitter user to show up at the popular spot unarmed.

“Sawa. Tupatane kwa mathe. Na mtu asije na mawe,” DCI replied.

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