A Djiboutian alleged to be a proprietor of Amoud High School Group of Schools in Eastleigh has been charged with fraud.
It is alleged between 1 of July 2015 at Eastleigh estate in Nairobi Abdukadir Elmi Robleh Alias Abdulkader Almi Robleh , obtained 8 million from Yasir Ahmed Askar by falsely pretending that he was in position to incorporate him as a partner of Amoud High School Group of Schools in Eastleigh a fact he knew to be false.
Mr Abdukadir is also accused on unknown dates in Kenya , jointly with others not before court , with intent to deceive , made a certain certificate of registration of schools no. PE/2010/13 dated 22/01/13 for Daru Elmu Acadamy situated in Eastleigh purporting it to be a genuine document issued by the ministry of Education, Science and Technology.
He is further facing similar charge with other other not before court of forging certificate of registration of schools number PR/S/17140/14 dated 22/01/14 for AMOUD HIGH SCHOOL situated in Eastleigh purporting it to genuine.
He is also accused of being in illegally.
It is alleged on the 14 of September 2017 of Eastleigh at 3 street within Nairobi, being a Djiboutian national holder of Djiboutian passport no 16RE28217, he was found to be unlawfully present in Kenya and he did not have a valid pass permit allowing to be present in Kenya contravening regulation 31(6) of Kenya citizenship and immigration regulations 2012.
Mr Abdukadir a father of 15 children through his lawyer told the court that he was not at flight risk and the charges are emerging from business wrangles
He further told the court in October this year, high had released him on anticipatory bail of 50,000 and he complied with investigators.
He appeared before Milimani magistrate Peter Ooko where he pleaded not guilty to all charges and released on a cash bail of 1 million.