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  • 08 Aug 2016
    British national Jack Wolf appears at Kibera law courts for allegedly trafficking 99.7 kg cocaine worth Sh598 million   A British national charged with trafficking 99.7 kg cocaine worth Sh598 million has been released on a Sh70 million bond.   Jack Wolf, who appeared at Kibera law courts on Monday, was also released on two Kenyan sureties of a similar amount.   The court declined to stay the ruling for a week to enable a move to the High Court as requested by the Director of Public Prosecutions.   The case will be mentioned on August 23.   Wolf, 31, was charged last week alongside Francis Mwanthi before Kibera senior resident magistrate Derrick Kuto.   More on this: Briton charged with trafficking Sh598 million Mombasa cocaine haul   The court heard that the two and accomplices trafficked the cocaine concealed in container number MEDU 3333950, through the Kilindini port on July 29. They denied the charges.   It had been estimated that the drugs found disguised as sugar were worth Sh360 million.   The vessel was furtively sneaked out of the Mombasa Port following fears that it could be blown.   Suspicion arose after another vessel MSC Nicole, which docked at berth number 16, was hastily ordered to offload its cargo.   Detectives later said the vessel was spotted in Mogadishu and may have been used to transport weapons to terror group al Shabaab.
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  • British national Jack Wolf appears at Kibera law courts for allegedly trafficking 99.7 kg cocaine worth Sh598 million   A British national charged with trafficking 99.7 kg cocaine worth Sh598 million has been released on a Sh70 million bond.   Jack Wolf, who appeared at Kibera law courts on Monday, was also released on two Kenyan sureties of a similar amount.   The court declined to stay the ruling for a week to enable a move to the High Court as requested by the Director of Public Prosecutions.   The case will be mentioned on August 23.   Wolf, 31, was charged last week alongside Francis Mwanthi before Kibera senior resident magistrate Derrick Kuto.   More on this: Briton charged with trafficking Sh598 million Mombasa cocaine haul   The court heard that the two and accomplices trafficked the cocaine concealed in container number MEDU 3333950, through the Kilindini port on July 29. They denied the charges.   It had been estimated that the drugs found disguised as sugar were worth Sh360 million.   The vessel was furtively sneaked out of the Mombasa Port following fears that it could be blown.   Suspicion arose after another vessel MSC Nicole, which docked at berth number 16, was hastily ordered to offload its cargo.   Detectives later said the vessel was spotted in Mogadishu and may have been used to transport weapons to terror group al Shabaab.
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