Man charged with posing as CoG official, promising job

Impersonated HR assistant, said he'd get woman ward administrator's job in Taita Taveta for a price

In Summary

• Man allegedly committed the offence at CoG offices in Westlands, Nairobi.

• He denied committing fraud, asked for lenient bail, prosecutor said it should be tough. 

George Mutisya Ndunda charged before Kibera courts.
George Mutisya Ndunda charged before Kibera courts.

A man has been charged with posing as a human resource officer for the Council of Governors and defrauding a woman by promising her a job for a price.

The amount was not disclosed. 

George Mutisya Ndunda was charged before Kibera senior principal magistrate Phillip Mutua where he denied the charges. He allegedly impersonated an assistant human resources officer.

He pleaded not guilty.

The charge sheet said Ndunda committed the offence on September 19 at the Council of Governor’s office at Westlands, Nairobi, with the intent to defraud the complainant.

He is said to have promised to get the complainant a job as a ward administrator in Taita Taveta county.

Ndunda pleaded for lenient bond terms.

Prosecutor Denis Muhindi did not object to bond but said the terms should be tough.

The magistrate granted bond of Sh100,000 or a cash bail of Sh100,000 with surety of the same amount.

A pre-trial hearing will be held on October 14.

(Edited by V. Graham)

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