Nairobi woman denies drugging, stealing from Ugandan
A Ugandan businessman lost Sh130,000 to a rogue woman he’d intended to have a good time with at an entertainment joint in Nairobi.
And the woman, Clare Monyangi Moseti, is facing theft charges at Kibera law courts after allegedly using a stupefying drug to subdue the trader at his house along Muringa road in Kilimani, Nairobi, before stealing from him.
Ms Moseti is accused of administering the stupefying substance identified as Benzodiazepines to the businessman on diverse dates between October 14 and 16th before stealing from him during the same period.
The trader is in Nairobi for some business and was drinking at a club located on Adlife Plaza when he was joined by two women.
The businessman continued drinking with them and asked one of them for her contacts.
He later took her to his house where they went on with merrymaking until the next day when she reportedly told her that she had not had enough beer and they went to another club.
They returned to his house after a few hours and she demanded that they continue drinking.
He later blacked out.
The woman attempted to leave the premises at night with a Uber driver but was restrained after a guard went to check on the businessman and found him lying naked and unconscious on his couch.
Ms Moseti denied both charges before senior resident magistrate Charles Mwaniki. S
he was freed on a bond of Sh200,000 and an alternative cash bail of a like sum.
The case will be mentioned on November 2 for a pre-trial.