BY SAM ALFAN
Two men have been charged with conspiracy to defraud Sh3.9 million from a businessman by claiming they were in a position to help him supply drugs to Kenya Medical Supplies Authority (KEMSA).
George Ochieng Gojah and Joshua Mugiza Asaya alias Gabriel Asaya appeared before Milimani Chief Magistrate Martha Mutuku and denied fraud charges.
Prosecution told the court that between May 20 and August 27, 2020 along Mombasa road in Nairobi County with intent to defraud, jointly with others not before court, they obtained Sh3.9 million from Dominic Onagi Oloo pretending they were in a position to secure him a tender to supply Lucentis Norvatis to KEMSA.
Gojah and Asaya are also accused jointly with others not before court, conspired to defraud Oloo of Sh3.9 million by falsely pretending that they were in a position to secure him a tender to supply the drugs to KEMSA.
They were released on a bond of Sh 1, 000,000 and cash bail of Sh500,000 pending hearing and determination of the case.
Several witnesses are listed by Prosecution to testify against the two.