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FOREIGNERS IN COURT OVER KSH. 207 MILLION FRAUDULENT GOLD DEAL

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Two foreigners have been charged with fraudulently obtaining Ksh 207 million from a complainant claiming they were in a position sell him 33 kilograms of gold.

The accused  persons  Abdallah Mckenzey( Cameroonian)  and Nancy  Tud-Malik( Gabonian) were paraded  before  Nairobi  chief magistrate court  where they denied  the criminal charges.

They allegedly committed the offence in the month of October 2022 and 10th December 2022.

The prosecution opposed the accused being released on bond or cash bail on grounds that the accused did not have a fix abode.

The court heard that they did not have identification documents or passports and consequently became flight risk.

However their defense lawyer Stanley Kang’ai, told the court that bond or bail are constitutional right that does not discriminate a Kenyan or a foreigner.

“Your honour, the accused persons can be released on bond and asked to provide a surerity,” Kang’ai said.

The second  accused Tud-Malik, has since  been  found  guilty  of being  unlawfully  in Kenya and the sitting  at Kahawa  Law Courts  ordered  he be deported.

They will on 26th January delivery a ruling as to whether the accused can be released on bond or cash bail.

The allegedly obtained the money from Celik Mesut, a Turkish national.

By Rodgers Oduor

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