George Wajackoyah and Special Branch officers used phone tapping to nail culprits in the murder of the late Kenyan Foreign Affairs Minister Dr. John Robert Ouko. He is the only person alive, who was involved in the subsequent murder investigations.
Among key witnesses who died mysteriously include; Paul Shikuku, the herds boy who discovered Ouko’s body, Ouko’s mother, Susan Seda, Otieno Yogo, Ouko’s driver and bodyguard, James Onyango, a relative who spoke to him on phone and Oidho Ogalo, a farmhand in Ouko’s farm on the night he disappeared.
Wajackoyah was to be killed in 1990- the year Foreign Affairs Minister Dr Robert Ouko, was assassinated in February. Dr Ouko was murdered two weeks after jetting home from the National Prayer Breakfast in Washington, USA.
President Daniel Arap Moi forced his way to the Prayer Breakfast with a delegation of 80 plus nabobs in government, against advice from Dr Ouko and the late Dennis Afande, Kenya’s Ambassador to America. Wajackoyah was then a Special Branch officer based at Nyati House along Loita Street, Nairobi, but with assignments at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA).
When Robert Ouko first went missing, before his charred remains were “discovered “by a herdsboy who would later disappear into thin air Wajackoyah was monitoring satellite intelligence communications. Wajackoyah’s version of how Ouko was murdered triggered a chain of events that saw Kenya’s Spy Chief, the late James Kanyotu replaced and Wajackoyah living as an….