Milimani Court Cases Daniel Mwangi Mucheru and Elius Kemboi Korir Accused of Bank Fraud and False Pretenses

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  • Daniel Mwangi Mucheru and Elius Kemboi Korir

A Nairobi businessman was today arraigned at Milimani Law Courts facing charges of bank fraud contrary to Section 317 of the Penal Code. Daniel Mwangi Mucheru and Elius Kemboi Korir.

Daniel Mwangi Mucheru was charged on April 2, 2020, at an unknown place within the Republic of Kenya, jointly with others, not before the Court conspired to defraud the Guaranty Trust Bank of Ksh 54.7 million.

He faced another charge of stealing Ksh 54.7 million from the said bank on diverse dates between April 2 and May 29, 2020.

Daniel Mwangi Mucheru and Elius Kemboi Korir

Daniel Mwangi Mucheru and Elius Kemboi Korir

Appearing before SPM Benmark Ekhubi, the accused denied the charges and was detained pending bail and bond determination.

In the same court, Elius Kemboi Korir, an NGO ex-official, was charged with obtaining assorted shop goods from Kanduyi Investment Limited valued at Ksh 17.1 million, pretending he was in a position to pay a fact he knew to be false.

He denied the charges and was released on a Ksh 2 million bond with an alternative cash bail of Ksh 500,000.

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