Nairobi Chief Magistrate Court has ordered verification of a medical document presented by an accused person charged for forging letters to transfer SH3.8 billion belonging to a limited company.
Senior Principal magistrate Martha Nazushi said a document presented to court by Isaac Opondo through his lawyer has been questioned by the complainant counsel Danstan Omari as to whether the document originates from Aga khan hospital.
Mr Omari told the court that the accused has been evading trial and the matter has been pending in court for long.
He urged the court to cancel bail or bond terms issued to the accused person so he can be placed under the jurisdiction of the court to enable the matter to proceed.
Mr submitted that the complainant Beatrice Auma who resides in Canada has since given her evidence and it is only two witnesses that is the investigating officer and document examiner who are to adduce their evidence.
The court directed the case to proceed on August 3 and the verification report be filed.
The accused Opondo is charged that on February 5 , 2016 with intent to defraud he forged a document namely an affidavit purporting to have been signed by Ms Auma indicating she had resigned from Neutronics Communication limited a fact he knew was false.
In count the prosecution allege that the accused had forged a document being resignation purporting to be genuine document signed by Ms Auma.