10 Chinese nationals freed on bond after they denied being in Kenya illegally


10 Chinese nationals freed on bond after they denied being in Kenya illegally
Chinese nationals arrested in Athi River arraigned for being in Kenya illegally. PHOTO| COURTESY

In Summary

  • The suspects had been arrested on February 26 on accusations that they were supervisors of Sunda (Kenya) Industrial Company Limited in Athi River.
  • Some of them were apparently working with a visitor's visa that were to expire next month.

10 Chinese nationals who had been arrested in Athi River for allegedly being in Kenya without valid travel documents have been released.

A Nairobi Court freed the suspects on Ksh.2million bond each and a surety of similar amount after they denied the charges.

Appearing before Milimani Senior Principal Magistrate Sinkiyian Tobiko, theuy also pleaded not guilty to charges of engaging in employment without work permits.

The suspects had been arrested on February 26 on accusations that they were supervisors of Sunda (Kenya) Industrial Company Limited in Athi River.

Some of them were apparently working with a visitor’s visa that were to expire next month.

The case is to be mentioned on March 19, 2020.

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