Mozzart Bet Kenya on the KRA and DCI Radar over international money laundering scheme claims

 

Mozzart Bet Kenya money laundering
Mozzart Bet CSR. FILE

Mozzart Bet Kenya accused of money laundering and Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA), Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) Serious Economic Crime and National Intelligence Services (NIS) are on the radar investigating the heist.


Saša Krneta, the firms Country Manager has been using a team of three, a Zimbabwean (Emmanuel Charumbira) and two Serbian nationals (Loncar Koviljka and Melentijevic Branimir) to execute the processes. 



They are alleged to have been going around gifting communities with little money and projects as Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) but in a real sense advancing money laundering.



The firms' boss alleged and boasts of pocketing BCLB MD Mr Peter Mbugi.



To execute the money laundering episodes, Mozzart bet directors have other briefcase firms, one of which is Open Skies Management, with working bank accounts where some money is deposited to confuse financial systems that legitimate business is taking place.


The company has been using money-making tricks to avoid being caught by KRA through a series of transactions and bookkeeping tricks. 



However, Mozzart Bet has been on a Public Relations scheme over the past year. 



People have seen pictures of officials from the betting firm sharing goodies with different communities across the country.


Some of the counties benefited include; Nakuru, Siaya, Kisii, Embu, Nyandarua, Baringo, Bomet, Kisumu, Kakamega and Kitui.


The company has also provided water to residents of Imbo village in Homa Bay county by drilling boreholes.



However, the company's CSR drive is faulted by the revenue agency citing the goods donated do not match the money they say has been used to purchase them.

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