Kibera Chief Magistrate, Joyce Gandani

A Kibera Court has condemned a Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology speaker to three years in prison over extortion charges.

The Kibera Chief Magistrate, Joyce Gandani sentenced Jane Queen after the indictment demonstrated the body of evidence against her that she swindled Sh.420, 000 from Ezekiel Momanyi by misleading him that she was in a situation to sell him a vehicle.

Queen had been denounced that on June 19, 2012 in Westlands inside Nairobi County made Momanyi accept that she could get the vehicle at the expressed cost.

She had before denied the charges and was discharged on bond.

While affirming in court, Momanyi told court that the blamed individual moved toward him and affirmed to him that she had a Prado that was discounted at a cost of Sh.500, 000.

He told court that he revealed to Queen that he had less measure of money and she brought down the cost of the vehicle to Sh.350, 000 from the underlying cost.

“We had concurred that I pay Sh.420, 000 for the Prado enlistment number KBK 196 Q Toyota Hiace make, I had no enough money and she brought down the cost to Sh.350, 000,” he told court.

He told court that he had believed the teacher and he chose to pay the money however she neglected to convey the vehicle to him.

“I paid her Sh.350, 000 as store and we consented to meet in Kangemi where she was to accompanied the vehicle yet she came without it,” he included and said that since he had no enough money, he counseled his significant other who chose to sell a plot she had for them to buy the vehicle.

“I conversed with my significant other about the thought, she immediately acknowledged and we sold our plot and paid for the vehicle which was never given to me,” he included.

Momanyi said that the speaker later called him at Buru, Nairobi over the equivalent however when he landed at the concurred spot, he never discovered her.

He at that point chose to report the issue to police, which prompted the capture and the arraignment of the denounced individual in court.

The exploring official in the issue likewise affirmed and said that he did what’s needed examination on the issue where he accepted that the denounced individual submitted the offense.

With all due respect, Queen denied the claims and said that she never took the money from the complainant.

She said that she was a mother of two and a provider of her family and approached court for a non-caretaker sentence.

Queen additionally said that since she was a speaker at the JKUAT University, she begged the court to show benevolence toward her, including that she was likewise the supplier of her cousin’s kids.

On her decision, Gandani said that the blamed individual broke the certainty for trust by taking from the complainant.

Gandani said that the arraignment demonstrated the body of evidence against the denounced individual and sentenced her to 3 years in prison without an elective fine.

The Judge allowed her 14 days to bid in the event that she wished to do as such


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