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Mohammed Ali in court over stolen phone

14 May 2012, 13:10

Nairobi - Capital News reports that Mohammed Ali of the Jicho Pevu fame has been charged with allegedly stealing a mobile phone worth KES 100,000.

The Award winning, Kenya Television Network (KTN) chief investigative editor appeared at the Milimani Law Courts on Monday morning where he denied the charges before Chief Magistrate Esther Maina and was freed on a KES 50,000 cash bail.

He was accused of having stolen the mobile phone on diverse dates between June 14, 2011 and 6 July 2011 from Al Mana Electronics on Luthuli Avenue in Nairobi.

- For more visit Capital News

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