Two directors sentenced for 22 months imprisonment for forging minutes.

The twoWillykster Ndanu Mwendwa and Patrick Juma Kingoro appeared before magistrate Martha Mutuku and pleaded guilty to 11 counts of forgery against the law.

They were charged with forging Minutes, Forms CR19 and resignation letters of the directors of Group Seven Security Company Abdi Sahal Ali and Hussein Hassan Ali purporting them to be a genuine and valid.

They both pleaded guilty to forging the said minutes of Group Seven Security Company meeting held on 24th August 2017 signed by Mr. Abdi Sahal as the Chairperson.

The two pleaded guilty to all the 11 counts of offences of forgery charged with.The Complainant Company Group Seven Security Company, through their Lawyer Suleiman Bashir implored the Court to impose a harsh punishment on the husband and wife for forging their documents.

THE Complainants were represented by lawyer Suleiman Bashir.

The court was informed that on unknown date at unknown place within the republic of Kenya, jointly with others not before court, with intent to defraud forged Minutes of Group Seven Security Company purporting them to be a genuine and valid minute of Group Seven Security Company meeting held on August 24, 2017 signer by Abdi Sahal as chairperson, a fact they knew to be false.

In the second count, the two were charged that on unknown date at unknown place, within the republic of Kenya, jointly with others not before court, with intent to defraud forged form CR219 Notice of Ordinary Resolution of Group Seven Company purporting them to a genuine and valid resolutions of Group Seven Security Company meeting held on August 4, 2017 confirming resignation of Abdi Sahal Ali and Hussein Hassan Ali as directors of Group Seven Security Company, a fact they knew to be false.

In the third count, they were charged forging resignation letter of Hussein Hassan Ali, purporting it to be genuine and valid resignation letter of Hussein Hassan Ali as a director of Group Seven Security dated August 24, 2017, a fact he knew to be false.

In the last count, the directors were charged with forging an affidavit purporting it to be a genuine and valid affidavit of Hussein Hassan Ali, a director of Group seven security company transferring 50 shares to Patrick Juma Kigoro commissioned by Oluoch Awino advocate dated August 24, 2017.

They were also charged with forging an affidavit of Abdi Sahal Ali, a director of Group Seven Security Company transferring 50 shares to Willykster Ndanu Mwendwa commissioned by Oluoch Awino Advocates dated August 24, 2017 a fact they knew to be false.

They also faced a last count of forging an affidavit purporting it to be a genuine and valid affidavit of Hussein Hassan Ali a director of Group Seven Security Company transferring 50 shares to Patrick Juma Kigoro commissioned by Oluoch Awino advocates dated August 24, 2017, a fact they knew to be false.

The Court sentenced each of the 2 to two months imprisonment with an alternative of a fine of two Kenya Shillings Twenty Thousand (Kshs. 20,000).

The Complainant’s Lawyer Suleiman Bashir was dissatisfied with the sentence terming it as lenient.

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