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Mfanyabiashara/Mwanasiasa Kenya atingwa kizimbani kwa kumuibia Bakhresa.

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    Livondo in the dock

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    By WILLIS OKETCH


    A Nairobi businessman and politician Stanley Livondo has appeared in a Mombasa court charged with stealing a motor vehicle worth Sh4 million belonging to a Tanzanian tycoon Said Mohamed Bakhresa.

    Livondo was arrested in Malindi by detectives on Thursday after being released on a bond over another case faced in Malindi.
    The businessman denied the charges before Mombasa Chief Magistrate Stephen Riech who released him on a cash bail of Sh400,000.

    Livondo's co-accused, Kevin Edger Kule who was personal assistant of Bakhresa has already appeared in the court and denied the charges. Kule is out on a bond of Sh900,000 with a similar surety.

    Livondo who was represented by lawyer John Khaminwa denied that on November 11 2010 at Mkomani in Mombasa they stole Volkswagen Tiguan worth Sh4 million the property belonging to Mohamed Said Bakhresa.

    Livondo however is facing a separate charge stating that May 31 last year at Kaloleni in Nairobi he dishonestly handled a stolen car Volkswagen Tiguan KBK 077 J of having reasons to believe to have been stolen.

    The accused claimed through his lawyer that he has never been informed about the theft case.

    Khaminwa claimed his client was having possession of the vehicles in place of the debt Bakhresa who is his business associate owes him.

    But prosecutor Samson Kiptum dismissed claims that Livondo was unaware of the case. Kiptum said the case was amplified by the media when it came for plea.

    He said Livondo has been on the run for many months since the warrant was issued against him after he failed to appear for the plea.

    Livondo was given a bond of Sh10,000 over another case in, which he declined to have his finger prints taken.
    The case will come up for mention on June 18 when the magistrate hearing it will set the date for hearing.


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