SAMJI,26, has been charged with being in possession of a firearm without a certificate.
He was also charged with being in possession of ammunition without a valid firearm certificate, forgery and presenting a fake certificate.
Balle Balle club owners are in court over allegations of human trafficking.
Shaikh Furqan Hussain and Abdul Waheed Khan co-proprietor and operator of the club are accused of trafficking 8 underage Nepalese girls and one Pakistani “for purposes of exploitation.”
A Nairobi court was told that on July 20 2018 at the notorious Balle Balle club in Parklands, Patel was found in possession of a Smith and Wesson pistol serial No. HDS5632 without a valid firearm certificate.
On the same day at the club, Patel was found in possession of 8 live bullets.
Detectives later led him to Kisumu and on August 1 2018 at Kisumu Villas, he was again found in possession of 42 live ammunitions 9mm without a valid firearm certificate.
Making a firearm certificate
The businessman is also charged with making a firearm certificate No. 12256 without lawful authority or excuse, purporting it to be genuine and issued by the chief licencing officer of the firearm licencing board.
Prosecutors said that on unknown dates within the republic of Kenya, Patel, with intent to deceive and without lawful authority or excuse, made a civilian firearm certificate identity card No. 12256 purporting it to be genuine.
The accused was also charged with presenting the forged certificate and identity card at the strip club.
He denied the charges was granted a bond of Ksh500,000 or alternative cash bail of Ksh200,000.
The case will be mentioned on August 17 2018 and will be heard on October 8 2018.