Businessman charge with selling goods without Import Standardization Mark

A Nairobi businessman has been charged with selling commodities without an Import Standardization Mark.
According to the charge sheet, Jitendrakumar Amritlal Shah is accused of unlawfully selling a motor vehicle engine part oil seal without affixing an ISM of quality and tractability in contravention of the Kenya Bureau of Standards (KEBs) regulations.
Shah is alleged to have committed the offense on 20th June 2018 at Oil seal and Bearing centre along Dar-el-salam road in Nairobi was jointly jointly with others not before court.
He is further charged that on unknown date and place, jointly with others not before court , made a false ISM stamp used for the purpose of quality standardization by the Kenya Revenue of Standardization with intent to deceive.
He pleaded not guilty before Nairobi Senior Principal Magistrate Martha Mutuku.
He was released on a cash bail of 100,000 and a bond of 200,000.
The case will be heard on 6th November.