Popular Musician King Kaka broke his silence an hour after DCI disregarded the latest claims.
The office led by George Kinoti, revealed that no summon had been issued to the musician over the alleged defamatory song.
Kinoti noted that Kaka should refrain from seeking publicity using the department after a war between him and Kirinyaga Governor Anne Waiguru ensued.
By the time the authorities made the announcement, the secular artist was pictured on his way to the DCI headquarters.
The embattled musician despite the details given by Kinoti, reiterated that he was indeed summoned to the premises.
Speaking outside the Kiambu-road based institution, Kaka disclosed that a specific number had reached out to him and made the demands.
“@DCI_KenyaThe Number that called us claiming to be CID is +254 746 541 000 , and threatened us saying they know our whereabouts, ‘it’s either you come to us or we come for you because where you live’. Officer Onyancha and said Room 304. Please investigate,” read a tweet from the singer.
@DCI_Kenya The Number that called us claiming to be CID is +254 746 541 000 , and threatened us saying they know our whereabouts, ‘it’s either you come to us or we come for you because where you live’ . Officer Onyancha and said Room 304. Please investigate.
— KING KAKA (@RabbitTheKing) December 17, 2019
Moreover, it was reported that the DCI informed the Wajinga Nyinyi hitmaker that the mentioned name was not one of them.
“King Kaka has just stepped out of @DCI_KenyaHQ. He says they have told him whoever called him is not in the DCI register,” read part of a tweet from a journalist who had accompanied the musician.
The Dundaing songwriter further explained that he is yet to be served by the legal notice from Kirinyaga Governor Anne Waiguru.
He mentioned that they learnt of the lawsuit through social media.
About the lawsuit threat from @AnneWaiguru, King Kaka's lawyer says his client is yet to be served – that they too are seeing papers circulate on social media and will act accordingly when served. pic.twitter.com/aZGQjFLeMd
— FERDINAND OMONDI (@FerdyOmondi) December 17, 2019
In an effort to prove the false allegations by Waiguru, Kaka articulated that he did not mention anyone specific in his latest song.
Starehe MP Charles Njagua alias Jaguar who ahs accompanied Kaka, declared that musicians should continue to freely express themselves without fear.
The ongoing battle between the musician and the central leader attracted the interest of prominent people seeking to aid Kaka in the legal case.
The likes of Narc-Kenya party leader Martha Karua, Lawyer Ahmednasir Abdullahi and Legal advisor Nelson Havi.