A woman has been charged with obtaining over Sh 13 million from Atticon Limited by false pretenses.
Elizabeth Dorina Akoth Abuor is accused of obtaining Sh 13,800,000 by falsely pretending that she was in a position to supply white Bar soap (Jamaa) to Vision Advantage Programmes, a fact she knew to be false.
She is alleged to have committed the offense on diverse dates between 22nd June 2016 and 5th July 2016 jointly with other not before court.
The accused denied the charges before Nairobi Chief Magistrate Francis Andayi and was granted a bond of Sh 2 million or alternative cash bail of Sh 1 million.
The case will be mentioned on 13th September and will be heard on 20th of the same month.
In the same court, a man was charged with obtaining Sh 1 million from a businessman by falsely pretending that he was in a position to import for him a container of clothes from China.
Allan Collins Barasa alias Ian Oside Mokaya is alleged to have committed the offense on diverse dates between 25th June and 4th July at Nairobi Business District with intent to defraud jointly with others not before court.
Barasa denied the charges and was granted a bond of sh 500,000 or alternative cash bail of Sh 300,000.
The case will be mentioned on 14th September 2018.