DPP Wants Ndwiga Family Bond Canceled Over Alleged Contempt

The office of the DPP has filed an affidavit seeking the withdrawal of bonds for three family members.

The trio; James Ndwiga Muchungu, Ian Nyaga Ndwiga, and Lisa Mumbi Ndwiga were accused of conspiracy to commit the felony of stealing Sh.176M from Meridian Acceptances Limited company.

Dunstan Omari , a Constitutional Lawyer informed the Court that the company’s CCTV footage where the three accused were employed clearly captured the second accused Ian Nyaga Ndwiga in the company of several unidentified people walking in at Meridian Acceptance Limited.

He added that Ian Nyaga Ndwiga entered the offices, which is owned by Eduardo Hernandez Ciriza and allegedly took away Items reserved by the State Prosecution as evidence materials in a secured crime scene before the DCI officers were yet to complete their preliminary investigations that include dusting, statement recordings.

Several items including one laptop, two CPUs, a Computer server, two Mobile phones, four UB TP Links, two mice, a backups system, computer keyboard, power cables all valued at Sh335,000 were said to have been missing.

In the affidavit filed before Milimani Chief Magistrate Martha Mutuku, the State Prosecution urged the Court to forfeit the bond and cash bail given to the three accused by the duty Court for breaching the bond conditions.

The ruling has been set for Thursday 7.

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