The businessman was charged at the Milimani law courts with obtaining Ksh3.2 million from Fatuma Ali by falsely pretending  that he could enjoin her  in a supply tender that he had been awarded at The United Nations for the mobile phones, laptops and accessories.

Kiprotich allegedly committed the offence between March 24 2016 and  March 31 2016 at Diamond Trust bank in Nairobi.

Bad cheques

He is also charged with issuing bad cheques on  account of Jubilee Classical Enterprises, K, Ltd, “while knowing that the said account had  insufficient funds.”

The charge sheet states that he  He committed the offence on April 21 2017 in payment of Ksh 900,000 to  Fatuma Ali and another one for Ksh245,000

He denied he committed a similar offence on May 7 2016 at KTDA building along Tom Mboya Street, Nairobi to one Chemutai Kosekei Rispher for a payment of some Ksh420,000.

The court heard that the Fatuma Ali file relates to a co-directorship in a company gone sour…that the alleged offence arises out of a tender they were seeking which had been secured by a company they co-owned! reaffirms its commitment to sustained reporting of criminal cases and will keep you posted on the progress of this case.

Kiprotich in a Nairobi court

Hearing is on august 21 2017.

The suspect was released on a bond of Ksh1 million or a cash bail of KSh500,000.

Six prosecution witnesses have been lined up for the trial.

Kiprotich was charged under Section 313 of the penal code.