Woman in controversial tender bid in trouble for issuing bouncing cheque


A Kilifi woman who has been at the center of a sh89 million tender row is yet again in trouble for allegedly issuing a bouncing cheque to a business friend.


The woman identified as Susan Kerubo Muhindi has been reported to Port Police in Mombasa and is being accused of acquiring money through false pretense.


A report from the Port Police indicates that she was given Sh500,000 by a friend supposedly for  a business venture but when the friend asked for his money back,he was issued with a bouncing cheque which he deposited at NCBA Nyali branch.

A report from the Port Police indicates that she was given Sh500,000 by a friend supposedly for  a business venture but when the friend asked for his money back,he was issued with a bouncing cheque which he deposited at NCBA Nyali branch.


” A resident of Mombasa county who submits a report that sometime in the month of November 2021 he was approached by one Susan Muhindi, a person well known to him to cooperate on a business venture,” reads part of the police report.


The report further reads: ” And advanced her Ksh 500,000 a loan to be paid later,”
The lady has been summoned to Port Police and might be charged with five counts among obtaining money through false pretense.

Media reports have previously linked her to the controversial Sh 89 million tender to construct a Solid Waste Treatment plant in Kilifi.The tender would later be canceled due to budgetary and other logistic issues. 
In the latest ordeal,she is said to have been  issued with a performance bond amounting to eight million and nine hundred thousand.

She later issued a bouncing cheque amounting to sh 500,000 as part of the payment to mr. David Kaburia who later reported the matter to the police.

The matter has attracted investigative agencies among them EACC.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

error

Enjoy this blog? Please spread the word :)