Suspected police imposter Joshua Waiganjo alongside two others are expected to know their fate today (Friday, May 8).
Principal Magistrate Joe Omido, sitting in Kwale Law Courts, will deliver the ruling via video conferencing, to determine whether Waiganjo and company have a case to answer or not.
Waiganjo is charged alongside former Rift Valley police boss John M’mbijiwe and former Anti-stock Unit boss Remy Ngugi-now dead.
The video-conferencing ruling will be set up between Kwale Law Courts and the Nakuru law courts where the accused persons will appear in person.
Waiganjo was arrested in 2012 for allegedly impersonating an assistant commissioner of police, when he accompanied a team of senior police officers to Baragoi, Samburu County where bandits had killed more than 40 police officers and police reservists.
He also faces three other charges of being in possession of government stores contrary to section 36 of the penal code.
M’mbijiwe and Ngugi are accused of aiding Waiganjo’s fake operations as a police officer.