Three charged with Sh970,000 Eazzy Banking theft
SEE ALSO :Equity goes fifth after weekend winsProsecution counsel Wamuyu Nguai told the court police were still pursuing more suspects. The magistrate ordered the accused detained at Thika Police Station till Monday when their case will be mentioned. Wanjiku's plight became known through the social media. In a post that appeared on Facebook and several WhatsApp groups, Wanjiku is said to have lost the money deposited in her account after selling a piece of land at Sh2 million. She said she opened a bank account at Equity Bank on May 31, to deposit proceeds from the sale of the land. She planned to buy another piece of land and build a simple house. Wanjiku had already paid the first installment of Sh1 million for the land and was to clear the balance a few days later when on July 16, she realised someone had siphoned Sh970,216 from her account in four transactions using the the Equity Bank's Eazzy Banking App.
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