Former Prime Minister Raila Odinga’s luxury vehicle is among 18 high end cars impounded over fraudulent registration claims. This comes as the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) intensifies crackdown on 444 cars that authorities say have either not been paid for duty or were stolen.
The Range Rover whose registration is KCS 002D was among 18 high-end cars that were seized by the DCI detectives over fraudulent registration claims.
The National Transport and Safety Authority (NTSA) conducted a search for registration particulars of the vehicle, which hit a dead end as the DCI team probes on its ownership.
Also impounded was Devolution Cabinet Secretary Eugene Wamalwa’s Range Rover that was flagged by Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA) in 2016. Other vehicles linked to three Jubilee MPs, Maoka Maore of Igembe North KBL 088N (Range Rover), Mathias Robi of Kuria West a Toyota KCG 800J and George Theuri of Embakasi West, Mercedes Benz registration KCR 565W are others on the wanted list.
A Range Rover owned by Starehe parliamentary loser Steve Mbogo with registration details KCL 830A that was flagged to share the registration details with a Probox is also in the list.