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A businessman suspected of having fraudulently acquired Ksh11.6 million from his client to import vehicles for him will be held up in police custody for 10 more days.

The suspect Daniel Mwaura Hinga is said to have received Ksh11.6 million from Eugene Oigara by duping that he was in a position to import two cars for him.

The court heard that the accused assured to import a BMW M3 vehicle valued at Ksh3,920,000 and received more Ksh3,400,000 for purchasing another BMW X3.

In the affidavit, the complainant says he later sought the suspect’s assistance to help him in the clearance of a Land Rover Defender which was at the port in Mombasa. He would later send him Ksh4,340,000 which he instead used for his personal gain.

The court further heard that the accused met the complainant online trading with Driveline Motors Limited a company he used to defraud Oigara and it closed their offices which were based at Two Rivers.

The alleged offence took place on diverse dates between May 30 and July 20 2023, in the Westlands area within Nairobi county.

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