One Nairobi tycoon has been charged with behind the transportation of domestic workers from Kenya to Saudi Arabia. The man was presented before Milimani Court and charged with acquiring US$17,209 (Sh1.9 million) by claiming to own a recruitment agency for the workers.
Thomas Gori Oyaro showed up before Senior Principal Magistrate Martha Nanzushi and denied the charges.
He was charged that on the different dates between March 26 and May 19, this year, together with another who did not appear in court, for acquiring the cash from Alhaqq Agencies Limited by erroneously lying that he was in a situation to furnish the organization with ladies to go to Kingdom of Saudi Arabia for domestic and other menial jobs.
The Magistrate requested that the accused be released on a Sh200 000 bond or pay Sh100,000 cash bail.
Oyaro was ordered to provide the court with a letter from his local chief and his case will be mentioned again in fourteen days' time when two more witnesses are expected to appear in Court to testify.
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