A man accused of defrauding an accused person of Sh 21 Million by pretending that he would help him out in Kenya Power Case has been charged.
Josephat Amiti appeared virtually before magistrate Martha Mutuku and denied the charges read against him.
He was accused that on diverse dates between January 5, 2016 and March 5, 2021 in Nairobi, with intent to defraud obtained a sum of Sh 21,266,718 from Francis Gachanja in pretenses that he was in a position to help him to sort out a case where he was charged by Kenya Power and Lighting Company.
The accused was charged in another count with personating to be an employee of Kenya Power and Lighting Company Limited to Francis Gachanja Mungai.
He is said to have committed that offense on January 1, 2016 and March 3, 2021 in Nairobi with intent to defraud falsely represented himself to be an employee of Kenya Power and lighting company.
He was released on Sh 3 Million cash bail or a bond of Sh 5 Million.