Worse Than Murder - Kenyan Magistrate in NYS Corruption Case
After spending a week behind bars, more than 40 suspects accused of swindling Kenyans out of U.S.$4,6 million through the National Youth Service walked into a Nairobi courtroom hoping to be granted bail, writes Sam Kiplagat in the Daily Nation. But it was not to be, because Chief Magistrate Douglas Ogoti denied them bail, telling them they would stay in prison until the cases against them were concluded.
Nation, 6 June 2018
After spending a week in remand, more than 40 suspects accused of swindling Kenyans out of hundreds of millions of shillings through the National Youth Service jumped out of prison… Read more »
Capital FM, 5 June 2018
All the suspects who were charged over the loss of Sh468 million at the National Youth Service will remain in remand prison as their cases progress in court. Read more »
The suspects implicated in the National Youth Service theft of Sh468 million.
Nation, 5 June 2018
Three suspects linked to the Sh469 million National Youth Service (NYS) scandal have presented themselves to court on Tuesday but chief magistrate Douglas Ogoti ejected them from… Read more »
24 suspects implicated in defrauding the National Youth Service which was set up by President Uhuru Kenyatta to assist unemployed youth, will spend at least a week in jail as they ... Read more »