CHATTER AFRICA STAFF CHARGED WITH 2.3 MILLION FRAUD.

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BY PHOEBE WANJOHI.

Three businessmen associated with Chatter Africa Limited have been charged conspiracy to defraud 2.3 million from a businessman.

Chrispinus Simiyu Barasa, Victor Kasembeli Barasa and Andrew Wakoli Barasa appeared before Milimani Principal Magistrate Kenneth Cherioyot pleaded not guilty to the counts.

The duo are accused between March 5 and April 1 in Nairobi conspired together with another not before court to defraud Kelvin Kuteli Wambulwa 2.3 million by falsely pretending that their company Chatter Africa Limited had won a tender to supply borehole bearings to Mesut Logistic company.

They are also accused of obtaining 2.3 million from Kuteli by pretending their company had won a tender to supply borehole bearings to Mesut Logistic company.

They were released on a cash bail of of 200, 000 pending hearing and determination of their fraud case.

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