Woman charged with forging university degree certificate

A savings and credit cooperative chairperson was on yesterday arraigned in a Kiambu court for allegedly forging an Inoorero University degree certificate.

Rosemary Aseka, the chairperson of Concorde Sacco Limited, appeared before principal magistrate Justus Kituku charged that on diverse dates between November 28, 2014 and May 27, 2016 she forged the degree certificate.

Atieno faced others count of making a document without authority and presenting it to Jane Ngaira of south Africa Airways.

She denied the four charges and was given a cash bail of Sh40,000 on each count.

Prosecution said it may add more charges when the case starts. Three witnesses have been lined up to testify.

Hearing of the case was set for October 12. The case will be mentioned on September 28 this year.

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