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Ten suspects charged afresh, deny robbing G4S employees of Sh74.4m

NAIROBI
By Collins Kweyu | November 17th 2021

Ten people arrested in connection with robbery with violence on G4S employees involving Sh74.4 million were yesterday charged afresh.

The charge stated that on September 5, 2019, at Nairobi West shopping centre in Lang’ata while armed with firearms, they jointly robbed G4S staff of Sh74.4 million, 38 cassettes,13 purge bins and 13 canvas bags totalling Sh75.9 million and after that threatened to harm them.

Another charge was that on September 5, 2019, at Thogoto Forest in Kiambu County, they willingly and unlawfully destroyed the cassettes and purge bins all valued at Sh1.2 million which was the property of G4S company. 

Chris Ayienda Mochogu, Dancun Luvuka, Bonface Mutua, Alexender Mutuku, Francis Muriuki, Bernard Mwenda Mulee, Benson Makokha Sawaka, Nahashon Mutua Mulee, Simon Gichui Karuku and Caroline Waithera appeared before Chief Magistrate Wendy Kagendo and denied the charges. 

Kagendo allowed them to be out on the same bond terms of Sh2 million or an alternative of Sh500,000 which was set aside when they were first charged.

They will appear on November 24 for the mention of their case.  

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