Sunday, 8 January 2017

Seven Cameroonians remanded in Kenya over $40,000 fraud (photos)

Cameroonian nationals Amber Michael (Right) and Tako Derrick Akebe in a Nairobi court on January 06, 2017. PHOTO | PAUL WAWERU
Seven Cameroonian who allegedly defrauded an American national over $40,000 have been remanded at the Central Police Station in Nairobi, Kenya for further interrogation. The seven claimed they would be exporting dry donkey hides to the American's company overseas company.

Resident magistrate Christine Njaji ordered Amber Michael, Take Derrick Akebe, Eric Wankwe Fokola, Dominifu Duruma, Epiezitume Metuge, Ayafor Aiden Ayafor and Etchi Franky Enongene be detained until January 13 to assist police complete investigations.


The magistrate heard that the suspects are being investigated for allegedly defrauding Mr Tuyen Huy Nguyen of $40,000 claiming they will export to his company dry donkey skins.


Donkey-hide gelatin is in great demand in Chinese traditional medicine.

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