Know History! How OMONDI stole ksh 54 million in 1997 at JKIA without using any weapon (MUST READ)

….serial numbers between AE60742001-AE60752000A. All banks were alerted and asked to report to the CBK fraud section if any of them popped up.

Still... Natsing.

The police later claimed that he had been traced to a neighbouring county where he chilling, smoking sheesha and living his best life (okay, there was no sheesha, but its coler if you just picture it that way).

He was in Tanzania.

Over a year later, on March 12 1998, officers responded to a domestic violence incident reported by neighbours in Buru Buru. They arrested the man who'd been fighting his wife for moving houses in his absence.

They had no clue that it was the most wanted man in the country. Omondi had sneaked backed into the country a few days before and shifted lodgings till he tracked his wife down.

He was charged in court for the robbery where he claimed innocence. He said he'd gone through legit clearance procedure. That Martin Njoroge of Citibank had made him an agent for the bank and given him the ID. The money? He said he'd given it to Njoroge.


Omondi was sentenced to three years in prison but was pardoned by the president in 2002. He went underground and resurfaced 11 years later in Siaya as, Chacho, a prominent businessman with a sports products shop in Ugunja.

In 2013, he declared intentions to run for the newly created Ugunja Parliamentary seat under an ODM flag, he pulled out prematurely.

(Allegedly because his opponents threatened to expose his past).

Noooope the money was never recovered.

Chacho is now a philanthropist who sponsors sports in the area, pays school fees for needy students, and leads efforts to install electricity, sink latrines urinals for boys and purchase laboratory equipment for schools.

His friends swear that he's a model citizen.


Via NGARTIA J BYRAN.

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