A college student whose Sh100 million account was frozen has gone to court seeking to get her money back. Felista Nyamathira Njoroge accused the Asset Recovery Agency of engaging in a witch-hunt and invading her privacy. “I have the capacity to engage in business and develop relationships to make money.
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.
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.
(photos courtesy) A viral story has caught the public eye after it emerged a lady in kenya had received over 100 million kenyan shillings from her mzungu lover. The young lady after questioning said her lover who is abroad sent her the money for her personal use "as she wills to use the cash".
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.
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.
Felesta Nyamathira Njoroge, currently is a student at Nairobi Technical Training Institute has fled the country after authorities found Sh102m in her bank account. Felesta said that the money was gifted to her by her Belgian boyfriend cum bit coin billionaire. The said money was deposited in cooperative bank account between 4th August and 6th August 2021.
A female student at the Nairobi Technical Training Institute stirs the Internet last week when her amount was presumed to be a crime-activity activity. Consequently, there was an urgent need for the agency to chill her account. Speaking to Citizen TV on Tuesday, Murang'a Senator Irungu Kang'ata uttered profanity the progress claiming that so long as the lady is not a civil attendant, her right to intimacy must be ratified.
Bitcoin billionaire Merc De Mesel sent Ksh 102M to his 21-year-old Kenyan girlfriend Felesta Nyamathira Njoroge,a student at the Nairobi Technical Training Institute Student,as a gift.This caught the attention of the local authorities and Merc De Mesel revealed that as he was chilling in his house with his pajamas on,4 CID cops suddenly invaded his house and arrested he and his girlfriend.
Senator Murang'a Irungu Kang'ata. Murang'a Senator Irungu Kang'ata came to defend the 21-year-old student being sued by the Asset Recovery Agency after receiving 102,654,024 Ksh from her Belgian lover. Feesta Njoroge, a student at the Nairobi Technical Training Institute, made headlines last Friday after the agency issued an affidavit saying it was seeking to freeze her bank account, fearing the money was the proceeds of crime.
A student from Nairobi Technical Training Institute in Park Road Ngara , by the name Felesta Nyamathara Njoroge , has recently been trending. Photo courtesy, evidence Felesta, the 21 years old student started trending after the DCI Kenya found out that she had 102 Million Shillings in her account.
A student at the Nairobi Technical Training Institute situated in Parklands road Ngara received one hundred and two million Kenya shillings in her bank account.She claimed that the money was deposited into her cooperative bank account by his boy friend who is abroad in Belgian.Further added that the main purpose of the money is to start land projects as well as safari.
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 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. The young lady has 102 million Kenya shillings which she is required to explain where she got the money from.
Today, a young lady has been caught possessing one hundred and two million Kenya shillings in her account. The 21 year old student is said to be studying at Nairobi Technical Training Institute which is situated in park road, Ngara. Photo courtesy, used for evidence.
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.
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.
21 years old lady identified as Felesta Nyamathira Njoroge, a student at Nairobi Technical Training Institute (NTTI) shocked Kenyans as it was discovered that she had one hundred and two million shillings in her bank account. This subjected the young lady to be probed by the Assets Recovery Agency who froze her accounts as they never knew the source of the whole load of money she had.