Woman charged for unlawful forex brokerage, admits guilt
A lady, Pamela Atieno Moro, has been charged with two counts of working an on-line forex brokerage substitute without a license from the Capital Markets Authority (CMA).
Atieno looked sooner than Milimani senior main Justice of the Peace Ms Zainab Abdul, where she admitted to each and every costs.
She acknowledged that she had utilized the unlawful substitute opposite to Allotment 23 (1) as learn with Allotment 34 A(1) of the Capital Markets Act Chapter 485 A Laws of Kenya (LoK).
In step with the details presented in court docket, Atieno and every other suspect jointly utilized the substitute of an on-line forex broker without a CMA license between November 6 and December 29, 2022, in some unspecified time in the future of the Republic of Kenya.
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The 2d fee states that on November 29, 2022, Atieno got Sh80,000 from Miriam Wanjiru Kiarie with the draw of defrauding her, pretending she would invest the money in on-line international forex shopping and selling, a truth she knew to be untrue.
After pleading responsible to the costs, tell prosecutor Abel Omariba requested the court docket to reserve the presentation of the details of the case to permit him to plan every other suspect facing the same offense.
“I beg this court docket to indulge me to avail every other suspect who acted in cahoots with Atieno in court docket for presentation of the details,” Omariba prayed to Abdul.
Ms. Abdul allowed the prosecutor’s ask and directed the accused to be remanded in custody to remain up for the different suspect’s appearance in court docket on April 6, 2023.
It develop into as soon as revealed that Atieno had been out on a police bond sooner than her arrest and subsequent arraignment in court docket.
The case will continue to be heard on April 6, 2023, when the details will likely be presented.
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