Just a few days ago Echesa was seen as a simple man who got his way to the cabinet in what many saw as sympathy approval. Little did we know that a wolf was sitting in the cabinet.
His true side would later come to surface after his 39Billion fake arm deals exploded.
New revelation has emerged on how Rashid Echesa conned a widow by the name Esther Kabura and had an affair with her daughter.
Esther Kabura, a mother of four has accused Echesa of taking her late husband’s three luxury cars, his gun and preying on their first born daughter.
The vehicles include a Range Rover, VW Passat, Toyota Land Cruiser and a Toyota saloon.
Kabura said that trouble began when her husband of 24 years was hospitalized after suffering a stroke.
“Rashid was my husband’s friend.” Stated Kabura
“When Rashid came into the ward, my husband pointed at me and said, ‘This is my wife, and I have four children with her,’ then he started coughing, vomited and died,” Kabura said.
Kabura said that a few hours after her husband died, some of his relatives came demanding for the cars but Rashid, who was by her side, told them off.
The former CS offered to take the cars to Central police Station in Kisumu as a security measure until she came into an agreement with her in-laws.
But after she buried her husband, Echesa started avoiding her and refused to hand over the cars to her. Little did she know Echesa had ill intention against her.
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“When I returned to Kisumu, I asked Rashid to bring the cars but he started avoiding me.”
“I also discovered that he was having an affair with my daughter.”
When Echesa was questioned about his relationship with Kabura’s first born daughter, he avoided the topic and claimed it was not related with what was going on.
“Sasa mambo ya mapenzi na msichana wake yanaingilia wapi.” Echesa responded
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“After I realized he wasn’t going to give me the cars, I went to the police and filed a complaint under OB number 58/11/16,” says Kabura.
She reported the matter to Kisumu Central Police Station, the Director of Criminal Investigations at the station identified as Mr Kieti, but Mr Kieti started extorting money from her.
“He told me to also give the investigating officer some money to facilitate the search. Of which I gave him Ksh.20,000”
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“After a while, we met again in a hotel and I gave him another Sh50,000 but he asked for more.”
“I told him I don’t have any more money.”
“Thereafter, he stopped returning my calls and refused to help me,” Stated Kabura.
She then sought the help of Police Spokesman Charles Owino who was touched after hearing her story.The police spokesperson would later take on the case that saw DCI officer storm storm Echesa’s Karen home where the four vehicle were retrieved.