Court unfreezes bank accounts of Chief Judiciary Registrar Amadi

The High Court in Nairobi has lifted the orders freezing the bank accounts of Chief Registrar of the Judiciary Anne Amadi.

Justice Alfred Mabeya ruled that there was insufficient evidence to indicate that Amadi benefitted from an alleged 102 million gold scam.

He also determined that the registrar was not involved in the running of the law firm.

“There is nothing to show that the 1st respondent was involved in the day-to-day activities of the law firm or that she benefited from the funds,” ruled Justice Mabeya.

This is after Amadi was alleged to have benefitted from the funds paid to the law firm for the purchase of over 1000 Kgs of gold. 

In her affidavit filed before the High Court last month, Amadi sought to clear her name, clarifying that she was not involved in the gold deal.

The Dubai company claims that it was interested in buying gold from Kenya, and was introduced to the business by Amadi’s co-accused identified as Daniel Ndegwa.

It alleged that after agreement between the parties, Ndegwa was to deliver the gold, but failed to do so.

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