BY NT REPORTER.
Four Nairobi county government officials charged with fraud.
They have been charged with obtaining more than 1.6 million from association member’s.
John Monyoncho ,Salim Odhiambo Rakula and Anthony Kirubi Njoroge and Francis Kilonzo Nzuki are accused on 8 of March ,2018 at unknown place jointly with others not before court by deceit and fraudulently means conspired to defraud Nairobi County Government 1.064.000 million by falsely pretending to be in a position to assist Eastleigh Bar Owners Association to obtain liquor license from liquor licensing board Nairobi County Government.
Nairobi Chief Magistrate issued arrest warrant against the first accused person who failed to appear in court to face the criminal charges.
Prosecution accused the three employees of Nairobi County government of obtaining Kshs. 790,000 by falsely pretending they are in position to assist the said Eastleigh Bar Owners Association to get liquor license.
John Monyoncho ,Salim Odhiambo Rakula and Anthony Kirubi Njoroge and Francis Kilonzo Nzuki are accused on the 18 of March,2018 at Garden Square Nairobi jointly with others before court obtained 50,000 from Eastleigh Bar Association to assist the said Eastleigh Bar Owners Association to get a liquor from the Licensing Board Nairobi City County Government.
John Monyoncho is accused on 21 of March ,2018 at unknown place with intent to defraud and without lawful authority forged a certain documents namely liquor license LID Number 08141 for ocean Bar and Restaurant dated 21 of March ,2018 purporting to be genuine.
He is accused on the same date this year at unknown place forged liquor license LID Number 08125 for New SHI Bar and Restaurant dated 21 of March ,2018 purporting it to be a genuine and valid liquor license issued by Nairobi County Government.
They pleaded not guilty to all nine charge’s. They were released on a cash bail of 30,000 and a bond of 100,000.
The hearing of the criminal charge’s will be heard on May.
They had been employees of Nairobi County government for three month’s before they were nabbed in the act.