Milimani Chief Magistrate Hon. Wendy Micheni has on Friday approved the extradition of businessman Abdulrahman Imran Juma to USA.
Abdulrahman faces three three charges that is conspiracy to commit wire fraud, conspiracy to commit money laundering and aggravated identity theft.
“Milimani Chief Magistrate Hon. Wendy Micheni today granted prosecution orders for fugitive Abdulrahman Imran Juma to be extradited to the United States of America to face 3 charges:conspiracy to commit wire fraud, conspiracy to commit money laundering & aggravated identity theft.
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The prosecution, represented by Catherine Mwaniki & Njoki Kihara, had requested that Abdulrahman Imran Juma aka Abdul aka Rahaman be arrested & extradited to the United States of America.” Said ODPP
The fugitive is part of a syndicate who orchestrated a scheme with his co-conspirator who are already in the US to defraud a victim who was investing to build a school.
“The fugitive is said to be part of a syndicate that orchestrated a scheme with his co-conspirators who are already before the United States District Court for the Central District of California to defraud a victim who was seeking a lender to invest in a project to build a school.” Said ODPP