Felesta's boyfriend Marc De Mesel sends another Sh 100Million to another baby mama in Kenya

Nairobi Technical Institute student Felesta Nyamathira Njoroge

A case from Nairobi Technical Institute student Felesta Nyamathira Njoroge and the Asset Recovery Agency, which authorized the freezing of Sh102million from her accounts, takes new route.

The government has frozen another accumulation of money associated with Felesta's boyfriend Dee Mesel, making the total amount of cash held to Sh210 million.

According to a report by Business Daily on Wednesday, December 15, Sh71.2 million and Sh37 million was found out in two separate accounts at Equity Bank.

The two accounts were held in the name of Tebby Wambui Kago but the source was associated to Felesta’s boyfriend Marc De Mesel.

The crypto billionaire has a child with Tebby. The child was born in June 2020.

"Got another beautiful baby here in Africa, her name is Mxxx , sister of Jxxx, half sister of Mxxx. Tebby recovering slowly but happy. She can't believe her eyes. I love her so much. Little so beautiful as your own child. Happy Father's Day to all Father's following me," he said at the time.

Sh5 million was also found at Stanbic held in Ms Njoroge’s name, amplifying to the Sh102 million that as frozen by the ARA.

High Court Judge Justice Esther Maina requested the freezing of the money found out in the new accounts.

The ARA is examining the source of the money sent by the cryptocurrency billionaire.

“The pattern of transaction in the accounts in issue and the activities of one De Mesel Marc and the Respondents depicts money laundering activities and this Honourable Court ought to issue the orders sought,” the agency told the court.

“A preliminary analysis of the bank statement for account number *** held at Equity Bank Limited in the name of the 1st Respondent has established that the account received a cumulative sum of KES 37,000,000 in one single suspicious transaction in November 2021,” the ARA said.

The state argued that there are adequate grounds to infer that the funds held in the accounts are profits of crime amassed through illegal and money laundering schemes formulated to conceal, disguise the nature, source location and movement of the funds.

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