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How Kenya’s Chief Registrar Of Judiciary Anne Amadi Charged In Court Of Appeal In Alleged Gold Fraud
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How Kenya’s Chief Registrar Of Judiciary Anne Amadi Charged In Court Of Appeal In Alleged Gold Fraud

The Appellate Court has certified as urgent an application by a Dubai-based gold trading company as urgent as it seeks to overturn a decision absolving chief registrar of Judiciary Anne Amadi of any blame in a gold fraud. Bruton Gold Trading LLC moved to the Court of Appeal after the High Court unfroze the bank accounts of Amadi saying she was not involved in the day to day running of the law firm even though it was registered in her name. The firm accuses Amadi, her son Brian Ochieng’ and four others of defrauding it of $742,206 1,500kg of gold bars in 2021, has now taken the dispute before the Court of Appeal. The company wants in the application the court to issue an injunction restraining Amadi, her son and his partner Andrew Kiarie or their agents from accessing, operating and or w...
Anne Amadi’s Link To Alleged Gold Fraud A Risk To Judiciary Reputation, CJ Koome Must Act Fast
Investigations

Anne Amadi’s Link To Alleged Gold Fraud A Risk To Judiciary Reputation, CJ Koome Must Act Fast

Chief Registrar of Judiciary Anne Amadi‘s link to the Sh130 million gold scam has in the recent times out the reputation of the Kenyan judiciary in bad light given that criminal networks in the fake gold scam has been conning hundreds of millions from foreigners putting Kenya in a row with other countries. Amadi has distanced herself from the Sh100 million fake gold scam, saying it was her son who has been managing the law firm linked to the gold scam. In a fresh suit seeking to set aside orders that froze her accounts, Amadi claims that she left private practice on January 13, 2014 when she was appointed as the Chief Registrar of the Judiciary. Initially, Justice David Majanja was handling the case and  issued orders freezing her accounts, that of her son and two others on the ap...