Deepak Kamani denies corruption charges in Anglo Leasing scam, out on Sh4 million bail

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Deepak Kamani denies corruption charges in Anglo Leasing scam, out on Sh4 million bail

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Suspected Anglo Leasing mastermind Deepak Kamani and his brother Rashmi (pictured above) have been released on Sh4 million cash bail each.

Their father Chamanlal Kamani was granted a cash bail of Sh2 million.

The three, arraigned at Milimani Law Courts on Thursday, denied corruption charges.

They were ordered to surrender their passports and not to leave the country without the court’s permission.

The Kamanis recorded statements with the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission before the court appearance.

They are linked to companies that were awarded 13 out of 18 Anglo Leasing security contracts.

The DPP wants the three and 10 others prosecuted over alleged involvement in money laundering between 1999 and 2004.

The suspects are faced with charges of conspiracy to commit economic crimes, fraudulent acquisition of property and breach of trust.

Seven charged over the multi-billion shilling scam on Wednesday morning were released on Sh1 million cash bail each.

They include Kisii Senator Chris Obure, former Postmaster General Francis Chahonyo and former PSs Sammy Kyungu (Communication), Joseph Magari (Treasury) and Dave Mwangi (Internal Security).

The others charged are David Onyonka, the former head of debt management at the Treasury, and former Finance secretary Samuel Bundotich.

They all denied the charges before chief magistrate Hellena Ndung’u.

Their case will be mentioned on March 18.

– See more at: The Star

Deepak Kamani denies corruption charges in Anglo Leasing scam, out on Sh4 million bail Reviewed by on March 5, 2015 .

Suspected Anglo Leasing mastermind Deepak Kamani and his brother Rashmi (pictured above) have been released on Sh4 million cash bail each. Their father Chamanlal Kamani was granted a cash bail of Sh2 million. The three, arraigned at Milimani Law Courts on Thursday, denied corruption charges. They were ordered to surrender their passports and not to

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