A commercial sex worker on Wednesday denied stealing valuables worth Sh347,000 from an official from the Ministry of Sports.
Sheila Anyango appeared before Mililani Chief Magistrate Kagendo where she denied the charge.
The woman who was arrested on Sunday and booked at the Central Police Station, allegedly committed the offense on April 9.
It is alleged that that on the fateful day, Anyango jointly with others stole one black backpack bag, HP laptop, and two mobile phones, an iPhone and a Samsung galaxy.
All valuables that the accused stole according to the charge sheet were valued at and belonged to Benjamin Wafula.
In the police report, the complainant claims that on the material day, the three ladies among the Anyango stopped him along Koinange street and forced themselves into his car.
According to Wafula, when they got in his car, they commandeered him to take them to a different location within CBD.
He said "I tried to inform them that I was going along Ngong road to pick up my friends. Two ladies sat in the rear seats while one sat in the front seat, the two ladies who sat behind me were ransacking my belongings as I drove,"
Wafula adds in his statement that the lady who sat on the passenger's seat in front demanded that he takes them to a different route while seducing him.
He further claims that when he declined and threatened to speed off, they all alighted only for him to notice later they had vanished with his belongings.
Anyango denied the charge. She also claimed that some of her colleagues had set her up and also warned her against mentioning their names in court.
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