THE prosecution will be going for the jugular when parties return to court on May 28 2018 in a case facing a quack gynaecologist, Mugo Wa Irimu who is charged with sedating a raping a female patient at his clinic.

But this is not the only trouble coming like rain against the eccentric ‘Doc’ who is also known for his raving commentary on Social Media.

He has been charged in a separate criminal case of obtaining Ksh 100k from a woman by falsely pretending that he could effect credit transfers at Mount Kenya University.

This particular case comes up for hearing on May 11 2018 .

A  magistrate released him on a Ksh200,000 with a similar surety of cash bail of KSh50,000 alongside one Peter Karanja Njau who police says is an accomplice.

The fake doctor, James Mugo Ndichu alias Wairimu committed the offence on February 19 2018, at Laico Hotel in Nairobi  by falsely pretending he was capable of helping  Florence Byegone to facilitate the credit transfer units at the  university.

Clinic issue

Back to the clinic issue, prosecutor Solomon Nauliakha said the prosecution has received reliable information that he “is still running a similar clinic…”
“Your honuor we will be making an application for enhancement of bond terms,” Nauliakha told trial magistrate Francis Andayi.
Mugo was appearing for a mention of the case in which he is charged with rape.
He was charged in October 2015 with 12 counts of rape. Mugo was arrested after a video recording believed to be of him sedating and raping a woman at his Prestige Clinic in Githurai, Nairobi, circulated in the media.
Unknown drugs
Mugo has denied operating a clinic without valid licences and masquerading as a gynecologist.
He was also charged with illegally administering unknown drugs, operating as a pharmacist without a licence from the Pharmacy and Poisons Board and hiring an unlicensed laboratory technologist.
The  ‘doctor’,  was arrested at a Limuru hotel after he went into hiding and charged on September 11 2015.
He was also charged with operating a laboratory without the approval of the Kenya Medical Laboratory Technicians and Technologists Board.
The man is also accused of being in possession of an irradiation device without a valid licence.