Two Kisumu United Millers directors have a case to answer in Ksh.79M fraud case, court rules

Two Kisumu United Millers directors have a case to answer in Ksh.79M fraud case, court rules

A Nairobi court has ruled that two directors of Kisumu United miller have a case to answer.

The two directors namely Sunil Narshi Shah and Kamal Narshi together with three employees of the said company, Henry Musyoka Kavita and Sales manay Mangesh Kumar together with the company will now have to defend themselves.

According to city court magistrate R.A Ogayo the prosecution has proved its case beyond reasonable doubt 

"....I hereby order all accused persons to defend themselves in the matter," the court ruled .

A total of 11 witnesses were called to testify against the accused persons. 

The defence hearing is set for December 15 and 17 this year. 

The two directors were charged with conspiring to defraud a company of over Ksh. 79million through forged court documents.

Sunil Shah and Kamal Shah pleaded not guilty to the charges of conspiracy to defraud and presenting fake documents in court in support of their case against Kotecha & Sons Limited.

The duo and several others are alleged to have lied to have lost business as United Millers Limited to their clients by failure to supply sugar.

Shah and Kamal were jointly charged alongside Henry Musyoki Kavita, Magnesh Kumar Verma, and United Millers with conspiracy to defraud B.N Kotecha and Sons Limited of Ksh. 79, 471,000 on April 2, 2015, by falsely pretending that they had lost business as United Millers Limited, to their clients, a fact they knew to be false.

They are out on a cash bail of   Ksh. 400,000 each.