Machakos Man Accused Of Eating Men’s Fare Gives Shocking Details

Machakos man accused of eating fellow men’s fare has in a shocking turn of events come out of his comfort zone to deny the said allegations directed at him.

The man from Machakos was on Monday arrested for eating fare belonging to different men to the tune of 344,000 Kenya shillings.

Apparently, the Machakos man by the name Justin Kioko has been masquerading as a very beautiful lady, something which on many occasions sent Kenyan mafisi men into their default settings.

According to sources which spoke to Sonko News, the Machakos man is now a guest of the state after defrauding vulnerable men who had seen a potential wife in “her”.

“Justin Kioko a resident of Machakos is in police custody for obtaining money through pretense. The 31 years old allegedly received sh 344, 500 via MPesa from Godfrey Owino who he says they had planned for “her” to travel from Kilifi to Siaya county.” Said a source familiar with the incident.

One Mr. Owino who had fallen in love with the “lady of his life” admitted that the money was to cover two-way flight ticket, shopping and for “her” to buy a brand new phone.

However, the “woman” through a Tik Tok video has vehemently denied being involved in the said crime while claiming that he was neither from Machakos county nor called Justin Kioko.

The Machakos man further maintained that he bought the new phone which he is being accused of obtaining money by false pretense to purchase.

“I don’t know about that, no money was sent to me. The statement was saying that the money is for shopping, flight ticket and buying a new phone.

I know most people will believe the story because of the new phone I bought. No one bought me the new phone,” he said.

Besides, he stated that he enjoys imitating ladies and that has got nothing to do with his sexual preferences since he has a girlfriend.

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