- A pastor's wife is being accused of conning a Chinese national millions of shillings
- The wife promised to rent office space to the Chinese but didn't deliver her word
A pastor’s wife has been charged with fraudulently obtaining money from a Chinese national.
According to reports, Sandra Katebarairwe, the wife of Ugandan pastor David Ngabo, was charged with duping a Chinese national of the sum of KSh 5.7 Million (N17,450,000).
She was also charged with obtaining money by false pretense, forgery and altering false documents, charges which she denied in court.
The court heard that on July 8, 2016 at Rwenzori Towers in Nakasero, Katebarairwe and others defrauded Wu-WeiLing of Mama Mia Investments of KSh 5.7 million (N17,450,000).
NAIJ.com learnt that she told the Chinese man identified as Wu-WeiLing, that they would rent him a space at the Imperial Botanical Shopping Mall, only for her not to show up.
The court however granted her a cash bail of KSh2,086,415 (N6,388,438) and with two sureties in the sum of KSh 1,432,079 (N4,384,913).
According to reports, it wouldn't be the first time Katebarairwe, would be charged with fraud, as barely a month ago, she was also in court after allegedly defrauding the same person by falsely pretending she would offer him rooms for rent.
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