A Nigerian businessman has been charged with obtaining millions of shillings from Vladimir Borisenko of Schiller Group Limited.
Antoine Niyibigira is accused of obtaining Shilling 13,600,000 from gold buyer Vladimir Borisenko of Schiller Group Limited.
The accused pretended that he was in a position to supply him with 100 kilograms of gold.
Niyibigira is alleged to have committed the offense on 20th December 2018.
The offense was committed at Delight Apartments within Kilimani in Nairobi jointly with others charged earlier with similar offence.
Other two Samir Munyinyi and Congolese Eric Amisi Bin Ramazani are also accused of falsely obtaining US dollars 202,400 equivalent to 21 million Kenya shillings from Vladimir Borisenko of Schiller Group limited by pretending that they were in a position to supply him with 100 kilograms of gold.
The two are alleged to have committed the offence on diverse dates between 13th and 20th December 2018 at Delight Apartments in Kilimani, Nairobi jointly with others not before court.
The two denied the charges before Principal Magistrate Kenneth Cheruiyot last week.
He denied the charges before Principal Magistrate Peter Ooko.
The prosecution told the court that the accused should be granted similar bond terms as the ones granted to his co-conspitrators.
The foreigner was released on a bond of Sh 2 million or a cash bail of Sh 750,000.
The case will be mentioned on 6th February for the purpose of consolidation.
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