Picture courtesy. Ngamau Mukuria.
He is accused of acquiring about 180 million Kenya shillings from the Youth Fund when he was entrusted with the kitty.
He embezzled all this money and bought some high end cars and luxury apartments in the city a few years ago.
According to The Standard in a story that ran three years ago, Ngamau Mukuria was repossessed of a 48.5 million shilling house by a graft court.
The court took back the house which he had acquired using the money he had stolen from the Youth Fund Kitty.
This afternoon, he has been found guilty by a Nairobi Court and will have to face a minimum of 27 Years in jail.
However, he has been given a lifeline as the court has allowed him to walk free only if he pays the sum of 720 million Kenya shillings.
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