TWO CHARGED OVER FAKE CURRENCY
Two foreigners has been charged with being in possession of 6.9 papers intended to resemble and pass as US Dollars currency notes and 739,200 papers intended to resemble and pass as Euro currency notes.
Mohammed Sani Alias Dr.Mustafa, a Niger National and Ousman Ibrahim Bako, a Cameroon National appeared before Chief Magistrate Daniel Ogembo and denied the charges.
The two were also charged with being in possession of Instruments of forgery namely; two scanners, two bottles of iodine substance for producing figures and marks used in making US Dollars and Euro currency notes.
The prosecution opposed their release on bail on grounds that there are suspects at large being sought and believed to be within and outside the country.
The prosecution claimed that the accused persons are believed to have committed similar offences in Dubai which are yet to be confirmed through Interpol.The Prosecution claimed that the release of the accused persons may prejudice the investigations which are still underway and they...
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