3 Chinese arrested, after beating up and robbing Kenyan man Sh5 million cash

They face a death sentence if found guilty of robbery with violence

3 Chinese charged in court for beating up and robbing Kenyan Samuel Mbugua Njoroge Sh5 million cash and his Sh2.1 million car

Three Chinese nationals have been arrested and charged in court after they attacked a Mr Samuel Mbugua Njoroge and ribbed him sh5 million in cash as well as a car worth Sh2.1 million.

The three; Wang Liyong, Ye Dalu, and Peng Hongwen were charged with robbery with violence – an offece that carries the death sentence in Kenya.

The incident ads on to rising incidents of Chinese nationals being accused of engaging in crime.

In January, three Chinese and a Kenyan were arrested in their house in Aberdares Court on Kayaya Road after neighbours complained of a foul smell coming from the residence.

Police who raided the house found ivory bracelets, a leopard skin and elephant tusks.

In November, three nationals from the Asian nation were taken to court and charged with attempting to bribe a team of investigators led by Andrew Waruiwho was investigating a scandal in the issuance of tickets for the SGR passenger train.

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