A Lebanese national has been charged with three counts of forgery for forging a certificate course of study in pharmacy purporting it to be a genuine certificate issued by Kabete technical training institute in his name.
Abdifatah Adan Osman was also charged with forging a result slip dated 4th march 2014, with intent to deceive purporting it to be a genuine examination result slip from Kabete technical training institute in his name.
He is alleged to have committed the offenses at unknown date and place here in Kenya with intent to deceive.
Osman was also charged with uttering a false document, it being the said certificate of pharmacy at the Kenya Pharmacy and Poisons Board’s office along Lenana road in Nairobi on the 6th day of February 2016 to one Joshua Plekwa.
The accused was also charged with uttering a false result slip to the same Joshua Plekwa at the Kenya Pharmacy and Poisons Board on the same date purporting it to be a genuine examination result slip from Kabete technical training institute in his name.
The accused who was out on a police bond of sh 40,000, denied all the charges before chief magistrate Francis Andayi.
Osman requested the court to grant him lenient cash bail and bond terms on grounds that he is an orphan and has seven siblings whom he takes care of and is currently paying college and high school fees for two of them.
The magistrate released him on a bond of sh 100,000 or a cash bail of sh 50,000.
The matter will be mentioned on 6th March and will be heard on 4th April 2017.