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Student loses Shs 2.7bn cash gift from Belgian lover to Kenyan govt

Felista Nyamathira Njoroge with her Belgian lover Marc De Mesel

Felista Nyamathira Njoroge with her Belgian lover Marc De Mesel

A 23-year-old student, Felista Nyamathira Njoroge has just lost to the Kenyan government over Shs 2.7 billion (KShs 102 million) cash gift from her Belgian boyfriend, Marc De Mesel.
 
Kenya High court has ruled today Thursday that the cash gift that the Belgian said Njoroge was free to use to secure the future of their future children is a product of money laundering after De Mesel failed to explain the source of funds.
 
The money was wired to Njoroge's Co-operative Bank account in 2021 in four batches between August 4 and 6, 2023 - $229,980 on 4 August, followed by $231,980 on August 5. On the same day on August 6, two batches of $224,980 and $227,980 were transferred. The money was immediately seized by the authorities.
 
According to the evidence before court, the Belgian also transferred another KShs 257 million (about Shs 6.6 billion) to three other Kenyan women - Tabby Wambuku Kago KShs 108 million (Shs 2.9 billion), Jane Wangui Kago KShs 49 million (Shs 1.2 billion) and KShs 100 million (Shs 2.6 billion) to Serah Wambui.
 
Justice Esther Maina ruled that the money must now be taken by the Kenyan government since De Mesel failed to utilize the opportunity offered to explain the source of funds.
 
 
 

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+1 #1 Lysol 2023-05-25 18:34
That was an act of desperation by that sucker mzungu.
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+7 #2 Zaitun 2023-05-25 18:41
Poor Lady! This very money will end up in the pockets of these very hungry African hynas so bent to see that a person trying to rise from dust should not get beyond a hundred dollars per year!

When you guys steal in billions and hide them in western Banks, do those western Banks struggle to know from where you got all that money?

If all that sum was given to your own daughters, you would be laughing your lungs out by now just because of joy- may be some of you would have been dead due to heart attack.

Where is your problem in all that? Was it jealousy, primitive frustration.

In that case, send the money back to the owner and let the Belgian authority take its own mesures.
You can not pretend to be good people while you are nothing but bunches of thieves destroying Africa!!
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+2 #3 Akao 2023-05-26 01:12
That is money laundering, its not acceptable by any country, it is international law.

Good for Kenyan govt, a lot of African dictators have tax payers money frozen in their account in Europe. Its payback time.

That white man is stealing the money from somewhere and wants to hide it in Kenya. There is no whiteman who can give that large sum of money away if he could use it in his country. Don't be decived that he was doing for his children
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+1 #4 Alexis 2023-05-26 09:20
You are spot on Zaitun and Akao. But the transfers raise a lot of suspicions!

I think it should have been held by the Belgian government in first place before it was sent. Does that mean the Belgian government was convinced by the reasons the Mzungu gave to transfer?
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