Two arraigned for impersonation

By Bell Pere

Two men have been arraigned at Narok Courts for posing as Kenya Power and Lighting Company (KPLC) workers.

Robbin Juma and James MugaiNdung’u, who were brought before Narok court chief magistrate Wilbrodah Juma pleaded guilty of the offence.

But according to a witness from Nakuru KPLC headquarters, central rift region told Narok court that the two accused men were not among KPLC workers.

According to the charge sheet, the two accused on the night of 16th May 2108 at ANNEX bar in Narok town, presented themselves to be persons employed by the company and assumed to disconnect power.

The two pleaded not guilty to the charges and were released on personal cash bail of Sh25,000.

Officer in charge who’s the detective and theft head officer within the region Bernar Ambaka, currently working in Nakuru headquarters told the court that on 17th May 2018, he received a call from Narok Police station who informed him about the arrest of the two who had impersonated themselves as KPLC workers.

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