By Correspondent

Three National Bank of Kenya employees have been charged with fraudulent false accounting for account numbers of two companies.

The three George Weke Jaba, Boniface Amunga Biko and Denis Oduor Chumbe are the Chief Credit Officer, Executive Director Corporate and Institutional banking and head of Medium Business respectively.
They are charged with false entry in the loan book account belonging to Transafric Timber Limited

Regards, held at the NBK purporting to show that Ksh69 million loan arrears owed by Transafric have been cleared and that the loan facility was a performing loan in the loan book of the said bank.
Diverse dates
The three are alleged to have committed the offense on diverse dates in December 2015 at the NBK along Harambee Avenue in Nairobi.
The servants were also charged with making false entries in the loan book account s belonging to Kaab Enterprises Limited held at the bank by purporting to show that sh 172 million loan arrears owed by KEL had been cleared and that the loan facilities were performing loans in the loan book of the said bank.
Similar entries
The trio was also charged with making similar entries in the account of Benver Estate Limited purporting to show that sh 106 million loan arrears had been cleared.
They allegedly again made the false entry in the accounts of General Mills East Africa Limited purporting to show that Ksh87 million loan arrears had been cleared.
They also made false entries in the account of Virgin Packing limited purporting to show that sh 450 million owed by the company had been cleared.
Another false entry was also made in the account of Tahir Sheik Said general millers limited purporting to show that Ksh119 million loan arrears had been cleared.
Two of the accused, Jaba and Biko appeared before before Chief Magistrate Francis Andayi and pleaded not guilty to the charges.
Third accused Denis Oduor Chumbe in the dock
The third accused Chumbe was charged and pleaded not guilty.
They were released on an bond of sh 3million or a cash of 2million.
The case will be heard on  October 31 2017.