CHINA ROAD CONSTRUCTION EMPLOYEES REMANDED IN BRIBE BID.

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Three senior employees of China Road and Bridge Corporation (CRBC) Li Gen, Li Xiaowu and Sun Xin before Mombasa Law Courts on Monday November 26,2018.

BY SAM ALFAN.

Mombasa Court has remanded three senior employees of China Road and Bridge Corporation (CRBC) accused of offering bribe to DCI officers to influence investigations.

The three Chinese nationals are Li Gen, head of transport, Li Xiaowu, security manager, and Sun Xin, staff member, work for China Road and Bridge Corporation (CRBC).

This is after prosecution opposed the three accused to be released on bond saying they are at flight risks.

Prosecution asked the Chief Magistrate Julius Nang’ea to remand Li Gem ,Li Xiaaaowu  and Sun Xin at shimo LA tewa Prison during their trial as they may jump bail.

The three are facing bribery charges after they attempted to bribe officers from Director of Criminal Investigation to influence the ongoing criminal investigations.

Li Gen, Li Xiaowu and Sun Xin denied that on November 22, 2018 at Standard Gauge Railway’s (SGR) Mombasa Terminus in Mombasa being employees of China Road’s and Bridge Corporation at the Standard Gauge Railway’s (SGR) terminus offered a financial advantage of Sh 500,000 to Chief Inspector Andrew Warui and his team of investigators as an inducement to influence the ongoing criminal investigations on their favour.

The three are accused that on of November 23,2018 at Standard Gauge Railway’s Mombasa terminus jointly offered a bribe of Sh 200,000 to Chief Inspector Andrew Warui in attempt to influence the ongoing investigations in their favour.

Li Xiuowu is facing another count of giving bribe to officer from Directorate of Criminal Investigation.

He is accused on November 22,2018 at SGR Terminus in Mombasa being employee of China Roads and Bridge Corporation Standard Gauge Railways offered Sh 200,000 bribe to Chief Inspector Andrew Warui in an attempt to influence the ongoing investigation in their favour.

The court will deliver the ruling on Friday whether to release the three on bond or not.

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