Anne Ngirita a lady accused of receiving Ksh. 59 Million after supplying air to the National Youth Service is yet to secure her release from remand more than one week after the court of appeal released them on bond.
Ngirita who was arrested alongside her mother, sister and brother and other NYS suspects were freed on a cash bail of Ksh 1 Million each and a surety of Ksh 2 Million.
Ngirita’s mother Lucy Ngirita however processed her released on Sunday leaving the fate of the other family members in limbo.
NYS former Directo General Richard Ndubai was also set free on Wednesday after processing his release.
Ndubai was released alongside seven other suspects namely Peter Kimani – Businessman, Michael Ojiambo – Director of Administration,Rodgers Nzioka, Wellington Lubira, Sammy Mbugua, Kenneth Mwathi and Peter Muritu.
Justice Hedwig Ong’udi however issued the suspects with some tough conditions while issuing the bail which included the suspects surrendering their passports and travel documents to he court.
The suspects were also barred from accessing their former offices unless accompanied by a police officer.
Ong’udi also instructed them against making contacts with any of the staff or witnesses either directly or indirectly.
The suspects were also asked not to leave the jurisdiction of Nairobi, and were also asked to report the office of the DCI office once every week.