The 21 year old Kenyan girl who has been trending on social media after her Belgium boyfriend gifted her 102M Kenyan shillings has finally broke the silence after she reported ran away from Kenya. Speaking to the court, she said, ''The respondent obtained sweeping and radical orders against me without making any material disclosure as to whether financial due process was not adhered to in the transfer of the funds to me.''Pulsekenya digital media reported this news on their official social media page, on the post they wrote, '' Felesta Nyamathira Njoroge... has finally broken her silence on the matter. Ms Nyamathira, who was reportedly out of the country when the news broke has mounted a fight for her money in the courts.Through sworn affidavits, she asked the courts not to be used by the Assets and Recovery Agency to infringe on her economic rights.The ARA got court orders to freeze the money for three months to determine if the money is linked to any crimes or money laundering activities...'' See the full details in the post below.
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