Two men have been charged at Milimani Law courts after they were accused of stealing a gun worth Sh 200,000 from a deceased person.
The two Wosken Ndobi and Joseph Ochieng appeared before magistrate Bernard Ochoi and denied several counts of stealing, handling stolen property and making a false document against the law.
They were charged that on November 6, 2020 at Industrial area in Nairobi, jointly with others not before court stole a firearm make Ceska Pistol valued at Sh 200,000.
Ndombi was also charged with handling stolen property against the law. He was charged that on November 6, 2020, at Buruburu in Kamukunji Sub-County, he was found with a stolen pistol.
He was also charged with making fake a firearm certificate purporting it to be genuine and that it was issued by Wosken, by the chief licensing officer of the firearms licensing board.
The two were charged in the last count with making a document without authority against the law, they were charged that on October 15, 2021 at unknown place and without authority, they made a firearm Identity Card Identity Card issued to Wosken Makoha by the chief licensing officer of the firearms licensing board.
They denied the charges and were released on Sh 300,000 cash Bail or a bond Sh 500,000.