Pizel Company limited boss Chrispin Odour Odipo released. PHOTO | NMG
Pizel Company limited boss Chrispin Odour Odipo in court over fakes arms deal. PHOTO | NMG

Pizel Company limited boss Chrispin Odour Odipo has been released on a Sh1.5 million bond. He was the fifth person to be released by Court over the arm fraud deal. The first person to be released was the EX-Sports CS Rashid Echesa.

Chrispin Odour Odipo, the fifth defendant in the arms deal, was released after denying 17 criminal charges including fraud, forging documents, impersonating a public officer and obtaining money by false pretences.

Pizel Company limited is one of the companies that received the deposit from the Polish arms deal company.

The first charge sheet states that the 39-year-old businessman forged an end-user certificate, a non-disclosure agreement (NDA) and a notification of award for a restricted, classified tender number HC2019/2026 from the Ministry of Defence.

Mr Odipo allegedly committed the offence alongside former Sports Cabinet Secretary Rashid Echesa, Daniel Otieno, Clifford Okoth and Kennedy Oyoo, between October 2, 2019, and February 13, 2020.

The charge sheet also states that he extended the date on the notification of award for the restricted tender.

The suspects are further accused of making an NDA between the Kenya Defence Forces and Echo Advanced Technologies, LLC, and claimed it was the genuine document issued by the KDF.

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