It has now emerged that details about a will left behind by former Starehe MP Gerishon Kirima were allegedly given to a senior Government official.Kirima’s brother James Njuguna said the details were contained in a letter Kirima wrote to Internal Security PS on August 20, last year."Immediately the aforesaid letter was written, Mr Kirima informed me he was aware of efforts that were being made to tamper with the contents of the said will," Njuguna said.Kirima was allegedly forced to write another will while in Britain, forcing him to place it in the custody of Rachier and Amolo Company Advocates.
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