Two Kenya Commercial Bank employees have been charged with conspiracy to steal over Sh 20 million from a client account domiciled at the bank’s Moi Avenue branch.
Marvyn Joel Khamadi Mulira and Douglas Miregwa Mogaka (personal bankers) are accused of conspiring to defraud Joseph Ndiria Chege 201,500 USD from his account.
The two are alleged to have committed the offence between 23rd October and 2nd November 2018 at KCB limited, Upperhill platinum branch in Nairobi, jointly with others not before court.
Mulira is further accused of causing a computer to perform a function for the purpose of securing to data held in the said account.
He is alleged to have committed the offence on 1st November 2018 at KCB Industrial Area branch in order to facilitate further commission of an offence namely stealing.
Mogaka is also accused of committing a similar offence on 6th October 2018 at the same branch.
The two denied the charges before Senior Principal Magistrate Kenneth Cheruiyot.
The accused persons have another criminal fine where they are accused of conspiring to defraud Stephen Mwaura Muhia Sh 400,000 from his account domiciled at KCB University Way branch.
They are also accused of facilitating further commission of an offence of stealing through the above similar means.
They were granted a cash bail of Sh 200,000 each on each file. The matters will be mentioned on 5th August.