Two Women Arraigned In Court For Stealing Property Worth Sh 1.9 Million From Businessman

by Mahakamani News

Two women have been charged before a Nairobi Court with drugging a businessman in a city club and robbing him of his property Worth over Sh 1.9 million.

Joyce Britney Njoki Kagethe alias Cynthia Mutheu Mwange and Florence Wangari Kamunge alias Sylvia Sindioye Kamau who appeared before Milimani Chief Magistrate Francis Andayi denied the charges of stupefying a person and conspiracy to commit a felony.

The prosecution alleges that on or about January 17,2019 at unknown place jointly with other not before conspired to stupefy (drugging) in order to commit a felony.

The duo also faced another charge that on the night of 16 and January 17, 2019 at Ngei 2 estate in Langata with intent to steal administered unknown stupefying chemical substance on businessman Fredrick Omondi Okati.

Joyce alone was charged that that on January 17,2019 tat Ngei 2 estate in Langata unlawful transferred sh 1,940,000from Okati’s account (Starbic Bank) which she then transferred into several accounts held at Equity bank ,Family and Mpesa accounts.

She also accused of transferring over 9000 shilling from Okati’s Mpesa to other several Mpesa accounts.

Joyce is further charged that on February 12, 2019 at Great wall apartment face 2 in Mlolongo having detained by two police officers had in her position of one blister pack containing seven tablets of Rohypnol one milligram, in preparation to stupefying in order to commit felony.

She is further accused of stealing personal belongs of the Omondi including phone and one ATM card.

It is said that during arrested the the accused was also arrested with the said phone and ATM.

Florence alone was charged with handling stolen property after being found in possession of identity Card in the name of Sylvia Sindioye Kamau suspected to be stolen.

The magistrate released the two on separate cash bail based on the charges facing them.

Joyce was granted a bond a cash of Sh 500,000 while Florence was released on a cash bail of 200,000.

Police alleges that the two accused persons and the victim met at Steak house Club where he was having drinks with his friends.

At around 11:30 pm Okati informed his friends he is leaving and Joyce also made the same decision.

So it is at this moment when the complainant called a tax to take him home ,she also alleged she was heading same direction and requested they share taxi.

It is said that on the way Joyce insisted they make a stop at Rafikiz club and have one more drink.

Investigations reveal that they shared the first drink but while taking the second drink he started feeling dizzy and therefore went to his house together.

Okati is said to have woken up the next day at midday still feeling dizzy and Joyce was no where to be seen.

He told police the last thing he remembers is getting to his home with Joyce and lying on his bed.

He later found out that his cash, personal items and other house goods were missing

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