Nicolas Kuria who works with the American army in Afghanistan and his brother have been conned in a fake car deal.
Kuria was in the country for a short holiday when his brother told him that he wanted to buy a car for business.
He told Kibera senior principal magistrate Sharon Maroro that he and his brother went to Kagundo Road where they found a man who said he had a car for sale.
Kuria said he withdrew Sh450,000 from his account and gave it to his brother to pay for the car.
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Kuria’s brother Bernard Kahembe told the court he was driving the car after purchasing it when police arrested him.
“The officers asked me to explain to them where I got the car and I told them how I bought it. I even showed them my logbook, which they said was fake,” he said.
He said Oloo promised to repay him in instalments but had only given him Sh10,000.