A Milimani court has set the hearing of a case where a Somali National is charged with forging a Kenyan National Identity Card to begin on 2nd October 2023.
Senior Principal Magistrate Zainab Abdul issued the directions Tuesday 25 July 2023 after confirming the accused Abdihakim Saidi Jama is ready to table the evidence during the hearing.
Abdihakim Jama was first detained at a Makadara court beginning of July for threatening to kill.
Jama threatened to kill a business woman Ayni Hussein Muhamud over business ownership.
He was later arraigned at Milimani court and charged with obtaining a national identity card through dubious means that he allegedly used to get his passport.
He pleaded not guilty and was released on Ksh 30,000 cash bail.
The plaintiff sued Jama after he allegedly took over her businesses in Eastleigh and kicked her out where he later registered them under his name.
Ayni Hussein who now fears for her life since the defendant was set free on cash bail is preparing to table her exhibits before the court when the hearing of the case begins in October.
The office of the Director of Public Prosecution had informed court that twelve years ago, in Isiolo County Kenya, Jama collaborated jointly with others to procure a Kenyan National Identity Card in the name of Fatuma Mohamed a Kenyan.
The Director of Public Prosecution has lined up several witnesses to testify against Abdihakim Saidi Jama who is alleged to be of a Somali National.