A South African National accused of defrauding a businessman of Sh 10 Million by pretending that he would sell 40 Kilograms of Gold to him has been charged.
Tshepang Godfrey Sidumo Alias Amar was accused that on February 12, 2018 at Deeds Company Limited along Gatanga Road in Kilimani area within Nairobi County, with intent to defraud, obtained from Nashwan Kamal the sum of USD 97500 equivalent to Sh 10,725,000.
He is said to have falsely pretending that he was in a position to sell 40 Kilograms of Gold to him, a fact he knew to be false.
The prosecution told magistrate Martha Mutuku that the accused has another file at city court and they need to review it before he is released.
Mutuku remanded Sidumo till next week Tuesday to allow the prosecution go through that file pending the determination of bond.
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