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James Wanjohi Denies Kes 600 Million Fraud Allegations

Business magnate James Wanjohi firmly refutes accusations of amassing Kes 600 million through fraudulent means, allegedly duping 4,000 Kenyans with false promises of overseas visas. He attributes these allegations to political vendettas, especially in light of his previous candidacy for the Roysambu parliamentary seat during the 2022 elections.

Recent developments saw law enforcement personnel conducting a raid on Worthstart Africa’s premises situated in Pension Towers, prompted by complaints from numerous individuals claiming to be victims of Wanjohi’s schemes.

In response, Wanjohi dismisses these claims as politically motivated attacks and competitive rivalry aimed at undermining his progress. He asserts that Worthstart Company solely facilitates visa applications, emphasizing that the final decision rests with the respective embassies.

Furthermore, Wanjohi defends his innocence by presenting evidence of successful visa applications and subsequent travels to destinations like the United States and Canada by clients who engaged with his company. He emphasizes the contractual nature of his services, stating that his responsibility concludes upon submission to the embassy.

Expressing willingness to cooperate with the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI), Wanjohi discloses that he learned of the allegations while overseas, upon activating his Kenyan SIM card.

Additionally, Wanjohi clarifies his current affiliations, stating his departure from the Jesus Culture Ministry to focus on establishing and managing his company, which has been operational for approximately a year.