Two Nigerians charged for being in Kenya illegally without requisite papers.

Two Nigerian Nationals were on Monday arraigned before a Nairobi court and charged with being unlawfully present in Kenya.

Ike Onyekachi and Igwe John Paul are also facing a charge of obtaining goods by false pretending.

The prosecution told court that the two were arrested at Hurlingham shopping centre on January 18 for being illegally present in Kenya.

Further they claimed that the two Nigerians obtained fourteen laptops all valued at Ksh 942, 999 from Text book centre limited by falsely pretending they had deposited a cheque for Stanbic Bank.

The two denied the charges before Magistrate Bernard Ochoi and pleaded with the court to grant them reasonable

The case will be mentioned on January 31 to allow the court get a pre-bail report before granting bail.

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