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College Student Felesta Njoroge Account Frozen with Ksh 102 Million

The Anti corruption court has ordered that the bank account of college student Felesta Njoroge 21 be frozen for 90 days to allow the Asset recovery Agency (ARA) to establish the source of 102 million kes in it.

ARA suspects that the millions are proceeds of money laundering and had consequently applied to have Njoroges account frozen.

Njoroge on the other hand says she got the money from her Belgian boyfriend, Marc De Mesel.

Justice Esther Maina has ordered that the money which was banked at Co-operative Bank be frozen for 90 days to allow ARA establish it's source.

"An order is hereby issued prohibiting the respondent (Njoroge) her employees, agents, servant or any other persons acting on their behalf from transacting , widthrawing , transferring or dealing in any profits or benefits derived or accrued from the funds," the judge directed.

According to court documents , Njoroge is a student of Nairobi Technical training Institute.

The 102.5 million in her Co-operative Bank account were deposited in four Transactions between August 4 and August 6, 2021.

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