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Three charged with violently robbing an Italian Sh13.5M, Sexually assaulting a woman

by Robert Guyana

Three men have been charged at a Kibera court with allegedly using force to rob an Italian Sh13.5Million, Forgery and indecently touching a woman.

The three area; Nashon Otieno Angudha, Felix Ochieng Nyongesa and Jack Ouma Okwiri appeared before Senior Principal Magistrate Jacqueline Kahuya where they denied the charges.

The court heard that the accused person committed the offence on October 28, 2023 at house number 685 in Runda Glory Valley Estate within Nairobi County.

They allegedly robbed Thor Bloomfield a gold necklace valued at USD 10000 and a Rolex watch valued at USD 20,000 all valued at USD 30,000 and at the same time injured him.

They were charged in the second count with allegedly robbing another Victim a woman of USD 60,000, a gold necklace, valued at USD 12,000 and a diamond hearing valued at USD 5000 all valued at USD 87,000 and immediately after the time of search robbery used actual violent to the said woman.

In the third count, the three were charged with charged committing an indecent act with a woman where they allegedly intentionally using their hands touched the private parts and breast of a woman against her will.

In another count, Otieno was charged with possessing forged bank notes against the Law. He was charged that on October 28, 2023 at Kilimani area within Nairobi County without lawful authority he was found possessing USD 9,899 forged USD Currency note for 100 denomination.

 The three were jointly charged with making document without Authority contrary the law. The court heard that they committed the offence at unknown place and time within the republic Kenya with intent to defraud made Mineral dealers trading license purporting it to be genuine document and issued by the Ministry of Petroleum and Mining knowing it to be false.

They faced several other counts of Forgery and making false documents contrary to the law.

In Court the defense requested for a favorable bond terms, they said that they were not a flight risk and were ready to abide by the court directions.

The magistrate released them on Sh300, 000 with an alternative bond terms of Sh4million.

The case will proceed on November 15 for a pre-trial.

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