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Patrick ngare muchina and didier mke wa manzoni acquited from a gold scam case

They had been dragged to court without proper investigations.

by Robert Guyana

Two Key City  Businessmen who had been falsely charged with 64 Milliom shillings gold claims have been set free for lack of evidence.

The two Partick Ngare Muchina and Congolese national Muke wa Mansoni Didier are now free to conduct their businesses without any harrassement or intimidation from police.

This is after the prosecution made an application to have them set free recently for lack of any evidence to continue holding them in courts.

The court was told that after reviewing the file , against the two there was no evidence to link the two to the alleged fraud.

The two had been charged with several counts of conspiracy to commit a felony and obtaining money by false pretenses from Iranian businessman Sadegh Sadeghain Abolfazi.

They had been charged alongside Kelvin Mwaura whose case will proceed.

They were set free by magistrate Susan Shitubi of Milimani Law Courts.

They were dragged to court and charged without proper investigations  last year with defrauding a foreigner Sh 64 million in a fake gold sale business.

They had been accused of obtaining USD 500,000 from Sadegh Sadeghian Abolfa by falsely pretending that they were in a position to sell to him 60 Kilograms of gold, a fact they knew to be false.

The accused persons had also been charged with conspiring to commit the said offence.

They denied all the charges.

They were alleged to have committed the offence on diverse dates between April 2021 and 14 April 2023 at Kilimani, Nairobi, jointly with others not before court.

They had been out on a bond of Sh 3 million with alternative cash bail of Sh 1 million.

The two feel they lost alot in business and most of their time was wasted in court.

Their cash bails deposited in court will be returned to them.

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