KANU MCA aspirant in court over fraud as police search city NGO boss

Wajir KANU MCA aspirant has been charged with Sh29million fraud as police search for a city NGO boss linked to the case too.

Ismail Adan Abdul alias Farmajo is seeking to be a member of the county assembly for Malka Gufu ward in Wajir was charged together alongside Adan Ibrahim Bora another one not before the court.

Our investigation team have revealed that the other person is Idris Abdi Alinur, the CEO of Global Initiative Development Organisation (GIDO) an NGO operating in Kenya along the Ole Dume road is another man whom the DCI are yet to arrest him.

He is yet to be arrested and charged in court .

The politician was arraigned alongside another businessman whom the court heard that was acting as the store keeper during the theft.

He was presented before Kibera senior principal magistrate Esther Boke in Nairobi, Kenya.

Wajir MCA aspirant holding a certificate with a friend in a KANU meeting

The two in the first count are said to have conspired to commit a misdemenor namely obtaining goods by false pretences contrary to section 349 as read with section 36 of the penal code.

The second count as per the chargesheet says that they jointly with the other not before the court obtained Sh29,092,325 from the complainant contrary to section 313 of the penal code .

The chargesheet says that the offense was committed on diverse dates between Jan January 7 and January 13 in an industrial area within Nairobi County.

Amina Abdinoor is the complainant in the case.

They allegedly said to have lied to the complainant that they were in a position to pay for the said goods contrary to the law.

Their lawyer told the court heard that the second accused person was a storekeeper where the said offense was committed.

The two had been detained by a Kiambu court and after an application was filed in court.

CEO on the police radar Mr.Idris Abdi Alinur

The court heard that the two accused persons were in custody after a Kiambu court allowed the detectives to detain those pending investigations.

Esther Boke, Senior Principal Magistrate in Kibera Court while giving her direction released the accused person on Sh2million or a cash bail of Sh600, 000.

If they fail to raise the bond or the cash bail they will stay in prison as they do their case.

The Court directed that the accused person appears in court on May 31 for a mention of their case.

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