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Two men have been charged with forging a will against the law.

by Robert Guyana

Geoffrey Kuria and David Njuge appeared before magistrate Martha Mutuku and denied the charges.

The court was informed that on August 18, 2011 at unknown place and place and time within the republic of Kenya jointly with intent to deceive, forged the will of Esther Njeri purporting it to be a genuine and valid will signed by the said Esther Njeri.

He was charged in the second count with making a false document against the law.

The court was informed that on August 18, 2011 at unknown place and time within the Republic of Kenya jointly with intent to deceive forged the “WILL” of Esther Njeri Kamau purporting it to be genuine and valid will signed by the said Esther Njeri.

They were released on Sh 200,000 cash bail each.

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