Trio charged with possession of handcuffs belonging security forces

Abdkarir Abass Nunow, Hussein Sheik Ali and Sadiq Hussein Mohamed before a Nairobi court where they denied possession of handcuffs. Photo/Suek

Three men have been charged with being in possession of handcuffs belonging to discipline forces. 

Abdkarir Abass Nunow, Hussein Sheik Ali and Sadiq Hussein Mohamed are accused that on 30th November at around 2030 hours at Rubis Petrol station along Ojijo in Westlands sub-county in Nairobi, they were found with government stores ( a pair of handcuffs) belonging to the discipline forces in their car.

The cuffs are suspected to have been stolen or unlawfully obtained.

Nunow together with others not before court, is also accused that on diverse dates between 1st June and 30th August 2020 at Westlands in Nairobi, obtained Sh1.6 million from Margaret Delorme by falsely pretending that he was in position to lease a football field in Kilimani Primary School, a fact he knew to be false. 

In addition, Nunow is accused that on 3rd June 3 2020 at unknown place with intent to defraud, forged a lease agreement of the football club in Kilimani Primary School purporting it to be a genuine lease agreement signed and issued by the Ministry of Education.

The trio denied the charges before Senior Principal Magistrate Bernard Ochoi and were released on a cash bail of Sh400,000.