Accounts & Courts –The Kenyan young lady whose millions had been frozen by the Asset Recovery Agency ARA today got a reprieve after government accepted to open sh 113 million her accounts.
In an exercise that took place at the Nairobi Milimani anti-corruption Court, the ARA using lawyer Mohamed Adow requested that the money be refunded to the girl for lack of enough evidence.
Ms Tebby Wambuku’s accounts had been frozen when it was realized that a Belgian national by the name Marc De Masel had been wiring millions into her local bank accounts for unknown reasons.
Asked by detectives to explain why such colossal amounts were being wired to the accounts of the young lady, Masel simply said through a recorded video that he was supporting ‘with a small token’ the girl who is mother to his child.
Lawyer Adow from the Asset Recovery side explained to the courts that it was not possible to nail those involved in the transactions since there was not compelling reasons.
“The investigations into the case found no sufficient evidence to sustain the forfeiture proceedings. We have consent signed by both parties to have the matter withdrawn,” Adow noted.
In an immediate response to the request, the judge quickly declared the matter closed.
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