On May 17 a man by the name Mr kithuka chalo was charged for forging a burial permit claiming that his nephew had died inorder to get his life insuarance money.
It is alleged that Mr Chalo presented the burial permit to Mr Ronald Atogo Mochonge on october 8 2020 at Jubilee House on Wabera street.
Mr Chalo who pretended to be the deceased uncle pleaded with the jubilee insurance to pay him Ksh 230,000 despite the two having no close relationship.
The director of public prosecution filed five charges against the accused.Mr Chalo was released on Ksh 300,000 cash bail.
The case will be mentioned again on may 31 for fixing of hearing date and for the prosecution to confirm that weather the accused had been supplied with witness statetement inorder to prepare for his defence.
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