State Attorney Willa Haonga alleged that, on unknown date in 2012 in Dar es Salaam, the accused conspired to commit the offence. She also alleged that, on January 14 this year at Barclays Bank area (Slipway) Msasani in Dar es Salaam, the suspects stole USD 9,000 from account number 0127000379 of one Mohamed Salehe.
She further alleged that, on January 20 this year at the same place, the suspects stole USD 12,000 from the same account. Ms Haonga also alleged that, on January 25 this year, the suspects stole USD 13,000 at the same place in the account. Resident Magistrate Faisal Kahamba adjourned the case until July 18 this year for another mention.
Meanwhile, the case of obtaining Euro 792,000 by false pretence facing Indian national Prakash Shah continued yesterday at the same court. The accused was warned by the Principal Resident Magistrate Ilvin Mugeta after coming late before the court session. Earlier, the court had issued an arrest warrant against the accused for no show.
However after few hours the accused appeared before the court and the warrant was withdrawn after convincing explanations from the accused person.
It was earlier alleged that, between July and November 2007 within Dar es Salaam, Prakash Shah, 50, a businessman residing at Mikocheni B with intent to defraud obtained over 1.7bn/- (792,000 Euros) from Yort Copper Crafters Limited of India after lying that he could supply 200 tonnes of copper.
However, the accused pleaded not guilty to the offence and was released on bail after he fulfilled bail conditions set by the court, including surrendering of all his travel documents to the police and presenting two reliable sureties.