The Asset Recovery Agency (ARA) has been given time to respond to an application by a Nairobi Technical Institute student whose bank account with Ksh.102 million was frozen two weeks ago. The student, Felista Nyamathira Njoroge, filed an application seeking to have the orders set aside.
For the past few days, a lady has caught the country's after a shocking amount of money was deposited to her bank. Reports indicate that after being questioned, the young woman said she had received the money as a gift from his Mzungu lover. However, the mystery of this 21-year-old girl whose bank account ballooned from zero shillings to Sh102 in a matter of days deepened yesterday after it emerged that she had left the country.
A Nairobi Technical Training Institute student caused a stir on Friday, November 19 after she was caught with Ksh 102 million and was hard-pressed to explain the source of his income after her account was flagged by the authorities. The 21-year-old told the Assets Recovery Agency that her Belgian boyfriend had gifted her the amount in question but since her explanation could not convince the involved officials, they moved to court seeking orders to freeze the accounts until investigations are completed.
Felista Njoroge, a student at Nairobi Technical Training Institute (NTTI), has revealed the true motive of her Belgian boyfriend Merc De Mesel's Ksh102 million present. The Asset Recovery Agency's decision to block her accounts enraged the 21-year-old expectant woman who traveled out of Nairobi, Kenya, to rejoin with her lover in Europe.
Felista Nyamithira Njoroge came into the limelight after her bank account created two days ago mysteriously ballooned from zero to Ksh102 million. Her latest suspicious activities have raised eyebrows as an investigation into her wealth continues. According to local media, the student at Nairobi Technical Training Institute (NTTI) is said to have left the country on October 2, two days after Assets Recovery Agency (ARA) moved to a Nairobi court to freeze transactions of the monies.
Felista Njoroge, a student at Nairobi Technical Training Institute (NTTI), has revealed the real purpose of the Ksh102 million gift bestowed on her by her Belgian boyfriend, Merc De Mesel. The 21-year-old expectant mother who flew out of Nairobi, Kenya, to reunite with her boyfriend in Europe, was aggrieved by Asset Recovery Agency's decision to freeze her accounts.
Photo used for illustration purposes only. The government has flagged an account belonging to a 21-year-old whose account is reading Ksh102 million. The Nairobi Technical Training Institute revealed that she received a huge amount from her Belgian boyfriend. However, the explanation did not convince the Assets Recovery Agency (ARA), which in turn moved to court to allow the account to be frozen till an investigation on how the amount got into the account is finalized.
Felesta Nyamathira Njoroge aged 21 years old and a student at the Nairobi Technical Training Institute is the richest student in town. Felestas Cooperative bank account received a very huge amount of money just a few days after opening the said account. The lady in question said that the money come from her Belgian boyfriend De Mesel Marcas a gift.
Photo : Felesta Njoroge and her Belgian lover. Felesta Njoroge and her Belgian lover Merc De Mesel have been in the spotlight in the recent times over KSh 102 million that the man gifted the lady. The fact that the man gifted his lover the huge amount of cash has attracted Immense reactions from Kenyans ; With some describing the man as generous, kind and loving.
A university student has filed an urgent application to have her money restored after her bank account was frozen due to a court order. Felista Nyamathira Njoroge had Ksh102 million in her account when the Asset Recovery Agency (ARA) petitioned the court for an order freezing the account until the source of the money could be determined.
The mystery behind how a 21-year-old Felista Njoroge managed to get around Ksh. 102 million in her bank account in a span of four days continues to widen. Felista as at yesterday is believed she had left the country to a foreign country which is yet to be known.
The court has ordered the immediate freezing of a bank account belonging to a 21-year-old university student, which was discovered to contain Ksh102,654,024. The student's account was frozen for 90 days by Justice Esther Maina to allow the Asset Recover Agency (ARA) to determine the source of the funds.
After being pressured by the Asset Recovery Agency to explain the source of the money, a student from the Nairobi Technical Training Institute whose bank account was flagged after depositing 102 million revealed that the money was given to her by her mzungu boyfriend. The case has been sent to court since the agency isn't convinced by her explanation yet.
The court authorized the Asset Recovery Agency (ARA) to freeze the mysterious Ksh 102 million bank account transferred to the bank account of 21-year-old college student Feesta Njoroge in August. The money, which Ms Njoroge claimed was offered to her by a Belgian lover, has been the subject of discussion since ARA raised concerns earlier this month that the account could be used as intermediary for money laundering.
A Nairobi Technical Training Institute student resulted in a stir on Friday, November 19 after she was grabbed with Ksh 102 million and was hard-pressed to clarify the basis of his income after her account was waned by the authorities. image. The 21-year-old told the Assets Recovery Agency that her Belgian boyfriend had gifted her the quantity in question but since her justification could not satisfy the involved administrators, they moved to court striving for injunctions to freeze the accounts until investigations are finalized.
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.
A man suspected of human traficking has been barred from accessing his properties worth millions of shillings and which are believed to have been acquired through criminal means. High Court Judge Esther Maina issued the orders stopping Peter Mugi Kamau from selling, disposing of or collecting rent from his four-storey apartment in Mlolongo on the Nairobi-Mombasa Highway.
Fresh details emerged about the Kenyan jailed in the United States for hacking and stealing Ksh434 million from the American Federal Government. According to new submissions presented by the Asset Recovery Agency (ARA), Sila Jeffrey Ndungi did not commit the complex money-laundering scheme alone. ARA argued that Ndungi only received half of the money from the Ksh200 million which he wired to his different accounts.
As Kenya is heading into the election year tempers Ara rising day by day. Many politicians are burning their midnight oil only to gain popularity in there areas of jurisdiction. Deputy president Dr William Ruto is among the most renown politicians who's gaining popularity following the recent win Kiambaa.
The Asset Recovery Agency (ARA) unmasked a fake gold scheme disguised as timber exports to Europe involving Kenyans and foreigners through their court submission on Wednesday, July 28. According to the details filed by ARA, they want the court to compel the main choreographers of the scheme who are Zambian nationals Bupe Chipando, Carrolle Simutengu, and their company to forfeit Ksh25 million to the government.