who lost 700K to Mchele gang
Justin Muturi's son who lost 700K to Mchele gang
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After losing 720,800 to the Mchele Gang, Brian Njoka, son of former National Assembly Speaker Justin Muturi, is a depressed man.

Before the Mchele gang attacked on the evening of August 22, 2019, the middle-aged man was enjoying himself at an upscale bar in Kericho County.

Speaking while appearing before Milimani Senior resident Magistrate Ben Mark, Njoka shared;

"Within less than 12 hours, a whopping Sh 720,800 had been transferred from my Standard Chartered Bank, CBA Bank, and my KCB bank account to Mpesa sent to an unknown phone number and Co-operative bank account. How this happened is a mystery to me,".

Njoka claimed that he was with his cousin, friends, and other people when they were joined by two unknown women.

Two unnamed women who took his mobile phone made the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 worth Sh100,000 by adding an unknown chemical to their drinks.

According to Njoka, neither he nor his buddies invited the two women to sit at their table.

"I do recall that on August 22,2019 at about 10:30 pm while on a visit to Kericho town with my mother, I went out with my friends to a club called Exclusive where we made merry as l settled my bills using my mobile phone valued at Sh 100,000,”.

Adding that; “At the club while parting at some point l saw two women join my table but later left. From then l do not know what happened as l left the premises the following day at 12:30 pm," 

He testified in court that he and his mother left the club right away, returned to their hotel room, took a shower, and left for Nairobi without reporting his misplaced phone to any of the Kericho town police stations.

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