hree directors of a betting companies who are facing allegations of forging Good Conduct have been charged.
John Kamau Kung’u, Christine Wanjiku Kega and Walter Otieno Anditi all appeared before Milimani Chief Magistrate Lukas Onyina and denied the charges against them.
Good Conduct are issued by the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI).
Kamau is accused that being the director of Bulk Technologies Limited with intent to deceive, made a Police clearance document certificate dated 9th September 2033,purporting it to be genuine and issued by the Directorate of Criminal Investigation.
He is also accused of uttering a forged Police Clearance Certificate at Betting Control and Licensing Board (BCLB) offices as a Director of Bulk Ltd from a staff by the name Esther Atieno Argwings.
Wanjiku is charged with making a false Police Clearance Certificate dated 4th April 2023 being a director of BETMO Ltd purpoting it to be genuine and ussued by the Directorate of Criminal Investigation.
Prosecution told the court that on 24th May at BLCB offices being Wanjiru being a director of BETMO Ltd, knowingly and fraudulently uttered a forged Police Clearance Certificate to Esther Atieno Argwings.
Otieno is also facing the same charged of making a false Police Clearance Certificate and uttering a forged certificate.
Kamau and Otieno were released on a cash bail of Sh30,000 while Wanjiku was released on a cash bail of Sh40,000 pending hearing and determination of their criminal case.
The matter will be mentioned on 23rd November 2023.