Nairobi Man Pleads Guilty to Stealing Laptop, Accessories Worth KSh 110k from Church after Attending Service

  • Joseph Kamau Ndung’u was attending Sunday services at the Nairobi Chapel Church following which he created away with the valuables
  • The merchandise which involved a notebook and umbrella were being valued at KSh 110,000 he marketed them off at KSh 7,000
  • He pleaded responsible to the theft charges he afterwards pleaded for clemency from the courtroom arguing that his wife and mother rely on him

A guy apprehended just after breaking into a Nairobi church and earning away with valuables valued at KSh 110,000 has pleaded responsible to theft rates.

The man was attending service at the church when he made away with the valuables.
Recognized as Joseph Kamau Ndung’u, the person admitted to thieving a laptop computer and add-ons all valued at KSh 110,000. Photograph: Nairobi Information.
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Recognized as Joseph Kamau Ndung’u, the man is noted to have stolen a notebook and other accessories after breaking into an office at Nairobi Chapel Church together Ngong road.

Theft at church

The man admitted to the charges after appearing just before Senior Principal Magistrate Esther Bhoke at the Kibera Legislation Courts, Nairobi News claimed.

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Prior to making absent with the claimed items, Ndung’u had attended the day’s provider at the church.

It was set up that the laptop and equipment belonged to Rodgers Koome Kinyua, a seem technician at the church.

Ndung’u also stole Kinyua’s umbrella and KSh 200 the latter has stored within his bag.

Kinyua had remaining the items at the place of work while checking out one more office environment with the church’s precincts.

He bought wind of Ndung’u’s moves following a security guard briefed him, stating that he experienced viewed a person depart the workplace with a bag but he believed he was a staffer and so was not bothered.

CCTV footage at the church, which was afterwards reviewed, captured Ndung’u leaving the premises with the bag.

Ndung’u afterwards sold the things, such as the laptop computer, a pair of earphones and challenging disk drives amongst some others forKSh 7000.

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Proclaiming that his wife and mom entirely rely on him, Ndung’u pleaded for clemency from the court.

He instructed the courtroom that he stole the products to promote them to settle rent arrears and buy food items for his relatives.

The court requested a social inquiry of the convict just before sentencing him on Friday, May possibly 20.

Man in court for thieving canine

In January this yr, a gentleman was billed with theft and thieving a puppy belonging to his relative.

Ian Kinuthia was arraigned before Kibera Legislation Courts on Tuesday, January 25, where he denied allegations of breaking into a kernel and stealing a pet dog belonging to Elizabeth Wambui.

According to reviews, the pet was valued at KSh 100,000.

Senior resident magistrate Renee Kitangwa heard that Wambui who was absent returned property on the fateful working day only to find out the dog was missing from the kernel.

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The complainant released a look for for the duration of which she bought details that there ended up two adult men inside the region who experienced been spotted selling a doggy but were turned absent.

Wambui instructed the courtroom that the suspect matched the description. On his element, Kinuthia pleaded not guilty and was produced on a funds bail of KSh 100,000.

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