Man accused of conning Mungatana Ksh.76M charged in Nairobi


Abdoulaye Tamba Kouro
Abdoulaye Tamba Kouro. Photo/AGNES OLOO

A man has been charged with obtaining Ksh.76 million from former Garsen Member of Parliament Danson Mungatana fraudulently.

Abdoulaye Tamba Kouro is accused of pretending that he would help Mungatana invest the money in the oil business.

The suspect appeared at the Milimani Law Courts, Nairobi on Tuesday.

He is accused of committing the offence in Hurlingham, Kilimani area together with others not before court on diverse dates between 20th April 2011 and 29th April 2013.

Abdoulaye was also accused of obtaining Ksh.700,000 from Makau Muteke in March 2017 pretending that he would invest for him the money into a rewarding business.

The Chad National was also charged with being found in possession of over Ksh.960million forged foreign currency.

The notes in Euros and U.S. dollars were discovered at Sandalwood apartment along Brookside Drive Westlands.

The accused however denied the allegations before Milimani Chief Magistrate Francis Andayi.

He was released on a bond of Ksh.5 million with an alternative of Ksh.3 million cash bail with two sureties.

The case will be mentioned on October 29, 2018.

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