Socialite Vera Sidika is expecting her first bundle of joy and she has been sharing her pregnancy journey with her fans on social media. Over the weekend, she hosted an executive baby shower which she planned for herself for no one would meet her expectation. The event which was attended by various celebrities was so dope and colorful.
These are some of the wealthy and controversial personalities in Kenya who live in palatial homes and dine in futuristic restaurants. They drive on high-agility SUVs that are nothing short of posh. For years, they've been given the moniker rich gang. The rich gang group comprises of individuals whose source of wealth has raised many eyebrows, leaving many people questioning what might have led to them being filthy rich. Truth be embraced, many people have cast aspersions on the individuals listed below. Being
Flamboyant businessman Kevin Obia popularly known as Kelvin Kleigh was sentenced by judge Francis Andayi to a one year jail term or a ksh 300,000 fine in a fake gold case which has been in court for over six years. Kevin Obia (photo courtesy) Obia was accused of attempting to obtain ksh 13.7 million from an Austrian businessman by pretending to be in a position to deliver 7 kilograms of gold.
Kevin Obia alias Kevin Kaleigh has been imprisoned for one year in a fake gold scam case as his accomplice Jared Otieno stays missing. Obia who possess as a Nigerian within Kilimani Estate was found liable of endeavoring to dupe an Austrian identified as Christian Gallati Sh13.7 million while pretending that he was in a position to sell him 7kg of gold.Francis Andayi who is the trial Magistrate for the case likewise gave the suspect an alternative of paying a Ksh300, 000 fine.
Businessman Kevin Obia has been sentenced to one year jail in the thirteen million Kenyan shillings fake gold case.Milimani Law Courts Chief Magistrate Francis Andayi found Obia guilty of attempting to defraud Austrian national, Christian Gallati, Ksh13.7 million purporting to be in a position to sell him 7kgs of gold.The Magistrate also gave Obia an option of Ksh300,000 fine noting that there was another suspect who played a major role in the scum identified as Jared Otieno.In his defence, Obia had told the court that he was framed by the police and that he knew nothing about the fake gold deal.
Controversial businessman Kevin Obia was sentenced to one year in prison after being found guilty of attempting to con 13.7 million an Austrian investor. Obia pretended to be in a position to deliver 7 kilograms of gold. Kevin Obia in court (photo courtesy) Trial magistrate Francis Andayi however, gave an option of ksh 300,000 fine which he reportedly paid as he has posted on Instagram how his birthday party went.