Kenyan man steals KES 5.2m from employer in US
30 August 2013, 12:02
Nairobi - A 33-year-old Kenyan man working as a business manager at a dental practice in the US has been charged with siphoning more than $60,000 (KES 5.2 Million) from the firm.
After doctors at Atlanta Periodontal specialty reported that Peter Ngunyi had embezzled money from their business, Peter Ngunyi turned himself in to the Fulton County Jail last week, Daily Nation reports.
According to police records, Ngunyi, posed as an advertising and marketing consultant to the business, and made unauthorized payments to his own company and to several marketing sites, as he had access to credit cards and payroll of the business.
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