Exclusive Insights: Behind the Scenes of the Ali Ojo and Victor Nyakazi Trial for the 60 Million Ksh Scam

Ali Ojo and Victor Nyakazi
  • The Ali Ojo and Victor Nyakazi Trial: A Shocking Revelation of the 60 Million Ksh Scam

  • Justice Served: Unraveling the Truth Behind the Ali Ojo and Victor Nyakazi 60 Million Ksh Scam

  • The Trial of Fraudsters Ali Ojo and Victor Nyakazi Unveils a 60 Million Ksh Scam

The trial of the alleged fraudsters and self-proclaimed United Nations General, Ali Ojo, and Victor Nyakazi commenced on Wednesday at the Milimani Law Court, marking the beginning of a legal battle over the purported misappropriation of over 60 million Kenyan shillings from a Kenyan businessman.

Noor Omar Ahmed, the complainant in the case, provided a detailed account to the court, outlining the sequence of events that led to the alleged fraudulent scheme. According to Ahmed, the accused individuals convinced him that they could procure reagents capable of washing United States stamps.

He explained that after experiencing difficulties with a particular reagent turning the notes red instead of cleaning them during a trial run in an apartment, the defendants suggested importing activation powder from Uganda since they claimed it was unavailable at the UN office in Kenya.

“While trying to work on the reagent that was available, it didn’t work but turned to red instead of coming out clearly during cleaning. After failing, they told me they needed to import activation powder from Uganda since in UN office in Kenya there was no powder,” stated Noor.

During his testimony, Noor emphasized that although he had never met Ali Ojo in person, they communicated extensively through phone calls, video chats, and SMS messages. He recognized Ojo through photos depicting him in military attire that were shared via WhatsApp and through video calls.

The defendants, Ali Ojo and Victor Nyakazi Wagwu, face multiple charges, including obtaining money by false pretense and being in Kenya unlawfully.

The main charge alleges that between January 20, 2023, and May 19, 2023, at Nairobi Central Business District within Nairobi County, the defendants, along with others not before the court, fraudulently obtained 420,000 USD (equivalent to 60,900,000 Kenyan shillings) from Noor Omar Ahmed.

They purportedly deceived Ahmed into believing that the funds were for purchasing reagents to clear stamps on United States Dollars, a claim that was allegedly false and known to be so by the defendants.

The courtroom proceedings shed light on the intricate web of deception and manipulation allegedly orchestrated by the accused, underscoring the gravity of the charges they face. As the trial unfolds, stakeholders eagerly await the revelation of further details and evidence pertinent to the case.

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