They bound his wrists and hung him from a rafter with his toes touching the ground.He was shocked at how quickly and brutally he had been handled. He had the nozzle turned off, but it still dribbled water from the pressure.
He was trying to be polite, but he was sick with fear. They hustled him to their lorry and drove ten kilometers to the station. Senior Inspector Munyambu came by to see how it was going. Everybody in Kenya was guilty of breaking the law at one time or another. When Munyambu told Harry that to get himself out of trouble would cost two million shillings, he got sick.
He didn The two men took him to a dark corner of the station, a dirty shower room with a concrete floor and a drain. When he hesitated to do it on his own they grabbed him and pulled his clothes off.
In 2007 an English family was enslaved by a corrupt and depraved Police Inspector. He was a member of the Luo tribe, whose males were not circumcised when they became teens, unlike the Kikuyu who practiced circumcision.
They were always shaking someone down and making them pay. Munyambu was a devotee of Jamhuri, a shadowy figure in the early years of the African Nationalist movement who taught that Africa would become the dominant political arena in the 21Munyambu liked to think that his hobby of shaking down whites was his own small contribution to maintaining the values of Jamhuri and changing the political landscape of Kenya by helping Africans assume their rightful place in the world.
He, his Senior Sergeant Kamau and his crew, all of them from the Luo tribe, operated like a gang out of the Langata station and an industrial warehouse on Pate Road.