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.
A college student with a white boyfriend has suffered a huge blow after the latest development coming from the corridors of justice. The 21-year-old, Felesta Nyamathira Njoroge has become a talk of the town after the Assets Recovery Agency went after over the huge amount of money she had received in her newly opened bank account.
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.
Murang’a Senator Irungu Kang’ata came to the defense of a 21-year-old university student who was allegedly sent Ksh102,654,024 by her Belgian lover. Speaking during an interview in a local TV station on Tuesday, November 23, Kang'ata called for the arrest of the Treasury, Central Bank of Kenya, and The Assets Recovery Agency heads, saying they were invading the student's privacy.
Wonders will never cease. Today Assets Recovery Agency in Kenya seemed permission to authorize freezing of one bank account which is apparently owned by a student. It is said that the bank account currently has over one hundred million Kenyan shillings. The agency are suspecting that this student from Technical Training Institute could be involved in a series of crime activities.
Murang'a Senator Irungu Kang'ata has required the captures of tops of the National Treasury, Central Bank of Kenya, and Assets Recovery Agency for allegedly uncovering monetary subtleties of Felesta Njoroge. Talking during a meeting on Citizen TV, Kang'ata guarded 21-year-old Felesta, an understudy at the Nairobi Technical Training Institute, expressing she has the privilege to protection and that the heads penetrated this by disclosing her monetary data.
Kenyan socialite and entrepreneur Huddah Monroe has defended Felesta Nyamathira Njoroge, 21, who is being pursued by the Assets Recovery Agency after receiving Ksh.102,654,024 from her Belgian boyfriend. On November 20, the socialite said on her Instagram stories that some men out there give their girlfriends a lot of money as pocket money, unlike Kenyan men, who don't give any pocket money at all.
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.
In 2016, the Internal Revenue Service in the United States unearthed a money-laundering scheme with investigations linking Sila Jeffrey Ndungi with hacking and stealing Ksh 434 million from the American Federal Government. Ndungi was arrested and charged with two counts of public funds based on two fraudulent tax refunds and was handed a ten-year jail term which he appealed with Justices Patrick Higginbotham, Jennifer Elrod and Catharina Haynes ruling in 2020 that the Kenyan was wrongly convicted.
Former Nairobi County Governor Mike Sonko has weighed in on reports of a 21-year-old student whose bank account was flagged by the government for having Ksh 102 million. Writing on his Instagram page, former Nairobi governor Mike Sonko wrote, "Huyu ndiye the 21-year-old Felesta Nyamathira Njoroge & her Belgian boyfriend Merc De Mesel, who deposited Sh121 million in her account.I hear the boyfriend is a bitcoin billionaire so 100 million nikama ile 1000 Mimi hutumia watu kama sadaka.
Merc De Mesel's girlfriend, Felesta Njoroge has been defended by Senator Irungu Kang'ata following the 102m which was wired into her account. The 21-year-old is being trailed by the Assets Recovery Agency after receiving ksh. 102, 654,024 from her Belgian lover. Felesta Njoroge is a student at The Technical Training Institute who has been trending since Friday last week after the agency released an affidavit stating to freeze her bank account claiming that the cash could be proceeds for crime.
Mathira MP Rigathi Gachagua will be presented in court this morning after spending the weekend in police custody. The former administrator turned politician has is accused of registering 49 companies which he used to win tenders worth KES 12.5 billion. Gachagua's billionaire status has baffled detectives from the Directorate of Criminal Investigations since 2018 when it was established he does not appear anywhere on the list of wealthy industrialists in Kenya.
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 Assets Recovery Agency is attempting to freeze a bank account belonging to a Kenyan student with over Ksh 100 million in it, citing concerns that the funds could be proceeds of crime. Felesta Nyamathira Njoroge, a 21-year-old Nairobi Technical Training Institute student, has argued that the Ksh.102,654,024 in her Co-operative Bank account was a gift from her Belgian boyfriend, De Mesel Marc, and that she is free to do anything she wants with it.
Four counties are targeted of DCI sleuths of suspected tax evasion by Mathira MP Rigathi Gachagua, who is suspected to have been paid a huge amount of money through contract fraud. Investigators probing an Sh12 billion fortune aggregated by Gachagua over a time of seven years presume the legislator may have utilized his position during the reign of his late brother Nderitu Gachagua, to harvest enormous billions from four counties.
Yet another high ranking official has been at the centre of graft allegations. Margaret Wanja Muthui, the Deputy Director of Supply Chain management at the Kenya Rural Roads Authority is in the spotlight. This is after the sale of her properties, worth Ksh 264 million, was barred by the High Court amidst allegations that they had been acquired illegally.
The agency incharge of Recovering the assets said to be purchased in unclear circumstances has been doing a great job. Assets accrued to various Civil servants have been on scrutiny to affirm their legality. Under this note,the Assets Recovery Agency has raised the red flag on 23 apartments that were acquired by a civil servants in cash within days.
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