Three businessmen who allegedly conspired to illegally obtain goods worth Sh29 million have been charged at the Kibera High Court.
The three, Idris Abdi Alinur, Adan Ibrahim Bora and Ismael Adan Alias Farmajo were charged before Kibera Chief Magistrate Ann Mwangi where they denied the charges.
The charge sheet read in court says that the accused persons committed the offence on diverse dates between January 7, 2022, and January 13, 2022, in the Industrial area within Nairobi County jointly with others not before the court.
The court heard that the accused person conspired to obtain the said goods from one Amina Abdinoor Ali who is the complainant in the case.
They had been charged earlier last year but another suspect was later arrested and charged differently.
As a result, the court directed that they be charged afresh after the prosecution requested that the case be consolidated.
The accused persons were charged with the second count of obtaining goods by pretence.
The particular offences are that, on the same date and place with intent to defraud jointly with others, not before the court, the three obtained from the same complainant goods worth Sh29 million contrary to the law.
The denied the charges.
Through their lawyer, they urged the court to grant them lenient bond terms.
They were released on a bond of Sh2 million with an alternative cash bail of Sh600,000.
The case will proceed later this month for a pre-trial.