Woman charged for violent robbery of a Nairobi dentist
24 June 2015, 11:37
Nairobi - A Kenya Power employee was Tuesday charged for robbery with violence in a Kibera court.
Caroline Sinzora Kahera was also charged for killing Dr Erick Ariba Olembo but she denied the charges when she appeared before the court.
Sinzora was accused of allegedly robbing Olembo of a car and personal documents before killing him in Langata on June 1 while armed with firearms. She committed the offense alongside other people who were not in court.
The court was also told that Sinzora was found in possession of the deceased doctor’s car on June 16 in Ruai, having stolen or knowing that it was stolen property, a charge that she also denied.
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She pleaded with Chief Magistrate Ann Ong’ijo to release her on bond saying she was arrested a few days after a caesarian delivery.
The magistrate heard her plea and ordered that she be released on KES 500 000 bail until July 25 when the case will be mentioned.
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