Tycoon Mohan Galot charged again in Nairobi

Businessman Mohan Galot at Milimani Law Courts at a past date. Photo/file

Tycoon Mohan Galot has again been charged in a Nairobi court with nine counts of criminal charges.


Galot is first accused of making false documents, uttering false documents and giving false information in regard to their multi-billion companies.


The businessman is charged with making a false notification of change of directors and secretaries of King Woollen Mills Limited Company, purporting it to be genuine document made by the directors of King Woollen Mills Limited.


He is alleged to have committed the offense on 18th January 2002 at unknown place with intent to defraud and without lawful authority.


Galot is further accused that on the same date at the Registrar of companies office at Sheria House in Nairobi, knowingly uttered the notification of change of directors and secretaries of King Woollen Mills Limited company dated 18th January 2002 to the registrar of companies.

In another count, the tycoon is accused knowingly giving false information to the registrar of companies to wit, the alleged notification, to the effect that his nephew Pravin Galot and Rajesh Galot being directors of the said company had resigned; a fact he knew to be false.

Galot faces another charge of making a false annual returns document for the year 2006 for King Woolen Limited purporting to be genuine, made by the directors.
He is also accused of making another false annual returns documents for the year 2004 for Mohan Meakin Limited without lawful authority.

The accused denied the charges before Principal Magistrate Peter Ooko and was released on cash bail of Sh 500,000.