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20 Year Old Man Jailed For conning a teacher ksh 218,000  in fake TSC job Agreement

A 20 year  old man who conned a teacher Sh218, 000 in a fake TSC job deal in Nairobi has been jailed at the Industrial Area prison.

Jailing of Ronaldo Mambo Munyao followed an order by the Makadara law courts magistrate Eric Mutunga, who maintained that he must deposit ksh 100,000 and a surety of the same amount to be released on bond.

Munyao who was arraigned before the magistrate on Monday pleaded not guilty to the charges levelled against him.

He was charged with obtaining money by false pretence.

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The prosecution told the court that Munyau was used by his mother, who was still at large.

He was arrested at his mother’s house in Tena estate of Umoja within Embakasi East sub-county on Friday, September 16.

According to the hearing, on diverse dates between July 4 and August 10, the woman who masquerades as TSC director based at the TSC headquarters in Nairobi met the complainant, Nicholas Kiplang’at, at Embakasi East sub-county and introduced herself as TSC director based at TSC headquarters and could help him secure a teaching vacancy at a school in Kathiani, Machakos County.

The woman is said to have introduced the complainant to the defendant who impersonated Kathiani’s sub-county director of education.

The two are said to have taken advantage of the national mass teachers’ employment between June and July 2022 to dupe the complainant.

Kiplangat said he was introduced to the woman by one of his friends who was also looking for a job but couldn’t meet the woman’s demands since he didn’t have money.

According to detectives investigating the case, both the woman and son have saved their contacts as TSC director and Kathiani sub-county director of education respectively on the true caller.

Munyau is said to have received the money from the complainant on Mpesa.

An officer privy to the investigations said the woman on the run has two other similar active cases in Dandora and Buruburu police stations.

In Dandora, the woman is said to have conned a parent by promising to secure her child a form one admission at Kenya High.

She cheated on the complainant that she was a friend of the school’s principal.

The complainant suspected foul play after the woman failed to provide her with an admission letter as she had promised thereby reporting the incident to the Dandora police station.

In a pending case in Buruburu, the woman conned another unsuspecting job seeker of some cash after promising the person a teaching job which never materialized.

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