A woman who had gone underground after allegedly defrauding seven investors of more than 1.3 million shillings in Eldoret town has been arraigned in court.
Rose Cherono had promised her victims that they would be registered to D9 Club in Eldoret town where they would receive weekly dividends on their cash for a period of one year.
Cherono was arraigned before an Eldoret court facing seven counts of charges among them defrauding her victims through a fictitious saving model.
It is alleged she hoodwinked her victims to register with the D 9 Club after paying between 100,000 and 225, 0000 shillings each with a promise that they would be earning 17,000 shillings every week over a period of one year.
The affected investors lodged a complaint against the woman seeking a refund of their money after they discovered that they had been conned.
Appearing before Chief Magistrate Charles Obulutsa, Cherono denied the charges and was released on a Ksh 3 million bond with surety of similar amount or a cash bail of 1 million shillings.
In the same court, a police officer who was found in possession of stolen property in the police quarter’s house in Eldoret town denied the charge before Chief Magistrate Charles Obulutsa.
Delson Simiti who was attached to Central Bank of Kenya, Eldoret branch is accused of stealing two windscreen number valued at 7,200 shillings and which were the property of Imperial Bank limited Eldoret branch which is under receivership.