Billionaire Manu Chandaria home raided, money stolen

Billionaire Manu Chandaria’s Home Raided

Kenyan Billionaire investor and philanthropist Manu Chandaria’s home has been raided.

Three suspects including an administration police constable and two G4S security officials are in police custody over the robbery at billionaire and philanthropist Manu Chandaria’s resident on 14/12/2020.

Manu Chandaria | Photo Courtesy

Manilal Premchand Chandaria is a Kenyan businessman and philanthropist of Indian descent. He was born in Nairobi on 1 March 1929. Chandaria is a member of the Comcraft Group of Companies, a billion-dollar enterprise that has a presence in over 40 countries. He is also on the boards of several prominent East African companies.

It’s reported that the police officer Jared Omboga was on guard duty alongside the security guards Judah Wafula and Stephen Omwega when the robbery occurred.

They were found tied up when the police responded to Chandaria’s distress call. Police believe that the three were working together with the gang of around 8 armed robbers who made away with Kshs. 600, 000 (0.6M) and an assortment of jewellery of unknown value.

More details to follow…