Days after going missing, missing oil tycoon Ann Njoroge has turned up in Mombasa County.
Cliff Ombeta, Njoroge’s attorney, was apprehended with her and provided confirmation of her whereabouts.
Moments after midday, the pair was seen entering the Mombasa Law Courts.
We don’t yet know the specifics of her last six-day location.
Following a visit to the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) headquarters on Kiambu Road, the oil mogul, who is at the center of a Ksh17 billion oil importation scandal, was reported missing last week.
Reports suggest that when Njoroge claimed possession of diesel valued at Ksh17 billion that was smuggled into the nation, Energy Davis Chirchir ordered him to submit a statement with the authorities.
Ombeta had stated that the police had then brought her to an undisclosed place.
DCI has not yet addressed the accusations.
Chirchir claims that a different company imported the consignment. The Cabinet Secretary declared that in order to identify the consignment’s owner, the government would collaborate with a number of agencies.
The Kenya Ports Authority (KPA), on the other hand, reported as fraudulent any paperwork that named the businesswoman as the consignment’s owner.
On September 26, 2023, the oil was imported from Saudi Arabia and arrived in Mombasa on September 30, 2023.