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Student Gifted 102 Million By Her Tycoon Mzungu Lover Finally Breaks Silence and Heads To Court

A college student whose Sh100 million account was frozen has gone to court seeking to get her money back.

Felista Nyamathira Njoroge accused the Asset Recovery Agency of engaging in a witch-hunt and invading her privacy.

“I have the capacity to engage in business and develop relationships to make money. I am lawfully entitled to my funds held at my bank account since the agency obtained the sweeping orders freezing the account without asking me where I received the funds from,” Ms Njoroge said.

She filed an urgent application asking the High Court to set aside an order stopping her from withdrawing the money from her account held at Co-operative Bank of Kenya.

Through lawyer Thomas Maosa, the 21-year-old student at Nairobi Technical Training Institute said the agency misled the court about her sources of funds, “which she could have explained had they contacted her before moving to court.”

Njoroge in her affidavit to support the application swore that she is not engaged in any financial misconduct or money laundering, and that she can explain how she acquired the Sh102.5 million.

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