“Dangerous” Nairobi Businessmen Githua and Mutahi Face 6.2 Million Fraud Charges in Nairobi Court

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In a recent legal development, two Nairobi-based businessmen, David Matu Githua and C Mutahi, have found themselves in the midst of a legal battle as they face a series of fraud charges in a Nairobi Court. The allegations revolve around a complex web of financial deception, ultimately totaling a staggering 6.2 million Kenyan shillings.

The charges against Githua and Mutahi stem from their alleged actions on November 8th of the preceding year, within the confines of Mirage Towers in Westlands, Nairobi County. It is asserted that on this fateful day, the duo conspired to defraud James Kamau Mwangi, ostensibly involving a high-value motor vehicle transaction.

The core allegation is that, on the aforementioned date, at the NIC Bank located in Ciata Mall, Githua and Mutahi engaged in a fraudulent scheme that aimed to obtain a significant sum of money from James Kamau Mwangi. The accused individuals purportedly misrepresented their capacity to sell a Toyota Double Cabin in black, leading to the acquisition of 2,100,000 Kenyan shillings from Mr. Mwangi.

Notably, this was not an isolated incident. Githua and Mutahi are further implicated in a similar act of financial deceit within the same mall. On a different date, they are alleged to have secured 4,100,000 Kenyan shillings from James Kamau Mwangi by falsely asserting their ability to sell a Land Cruiser, described as being “pearl in color.”

In total, the accused businessmen are now facing seven charges related to fraud. It’s important to note that, during their court appearance, both Githua and Mutahi vehemently denied all charges brought against them. In response to the court proceedings, Nairobi Senior Principal Magistrate Martha Mutuku presided over the case.

Despite their denial of wrongdoing, the court did not grant them immediate freedom. Instead, Githua and Mutahi were released on a cash bail of 1 million Kenyan shillings each, signifying the seriousness of the allegations against them. Additionally, an application by their legal counsel, seeking to differ the plea, was ultimately dismissed by the Magistrate.

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The case continues to unfold, shedding light on the intricate world of financial fraud and the legal processes undertaken to ensure justice is served. The outcome of this legal battle will undoubtedly have a significant impact on the lives of those involved and will be closely monitored by legal experts and the general public alike.
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