Three Kenyan business men have been reported to the Dubai officials after tricking a Saudi Arabian prince and robbing him millions of shillings in a joint company that deals with food security.
The prince, Sultan Bin Nasser Bin Abduk Aziz Al Saud was a majority share holder in the multi-million company, Arafco Agriculture Integration.
He accused the three men of forging his signature to transfer his 900 shares out of a whole 1000 share to Milestone Developers Company Limited.
Mohammed Koriow Nur, Mohammeddulamin Mohamud and Mohammed Hirei Bare Ahmen were said to be owning six, three and one percent shares respectively and the transfer of the prince’s shares made them major share holders.
The prince decided to invest in Kenya after a presidential invitation that was called for International businessmen to invest in food security in exchange of land.
David Okoyo Ondiek, prince’s lawyer said that the three partners faked the signatures at the Attorney General’s office.
Apparently, corruption is a disease in Kenya and the nationals are spreading to other countries. The nation is in serious need of a cure.