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Lawyers blames DPP for delay in a Sh21 million Wundanyi KCB theft case

By Renson Mnyamwezi | March 6th 2020 at 00:00:00 GMT +0300

Lawyers representing two bank employees and a guard charged with stealing Sh21 million last year have complained against delays in the case.

Kenya Commercial Bank Wudanyi branch assistant operations manager Peter Efrod Ngoda, Benedict Kituku Mativo (back office clerk), and Mwamto Mghanga (security guard) face charges of stealing Sh21,060,000 on September 17, last year.

Yesterday, defense lawyers Duncan Mwanyumba and Kevin Muchiri told the court that prosecution had failed to show them exhibits, including a CCTV footage, money, a computer and a projector, which the State planned to use as evidence.

“We cannot proceed with this case," Mwanyumba told the court.

However, prosecutor Winnie Nyakoni told the court that CCTV experts were on hand to interpret the footage. 

Wundanyi resident magistrate Emily Nyakundi directed the prosecution to put its house in order.

The case will be heard on April 2.


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