TSS sons charged in court over sh. 13B fraud saga


Mombasa, KENYA: Three sons of late Tahir Sheikh Said alias TSS were on Monday charged separately in a Mombasa court over alleged forgery.

Zein Mohamed Ahmed ,Zahirabbas Khaku and Aweys Ahmed Mohamed allegedly forged documents from TSS that enabled them to secure a loan of sh.1,530,500,000 from Kenya Commercial Bank.

Zein Mohamed Ahmed and Zahir Gulam Hussein Khaku had already been charged for forging signatures and defrauding the late Tahir famous TSS over Sh13b.

The two were being held at Central police station awaiting the courts ruling on their bond application.

Court also heard that on 8th February 2011,the three accused persons allegedly stole documents including valuation reports, company document of certificate, PIN number and feasibility study booklet property of TSS to enable them secure a loan.

They also faced charges of unlawfully making stamp for Mvita bottlers limited in the name of TSS to secure a loan.

The three were released on a bond of sh. 3 million each.

They pleaded not guilty to all the charges before Mombasa senior principal magistrate Francis Kyambia.

The case will be heard on 16 May 2017.