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Equity staff sued for modifying CEO’s memo

BUSINESS
By Faith Karanja | May 24th 2015

An Equity Bank worker who allegedly modified a memo sent by the bank’s CEO to staff has been charged at a Nairobi court. Erick Mwamburi denied the charges before Milimani senior Principal Magistrate Grace Mmasi.

He allegedly committed the offence on May 13, 2015 at Equity Bank head office at Upper Hill Nairobi.

The court heard that the accused modified an official memo sent by James Mwangi, the bank CEO, by adding more words to the original text and circulated it to the bank staff via email. The defence requested for favourable bond terms and he was released on Sh50,000 cash bail.

The case will be heard on June 30.

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