BY JENNIFER KUSAPA
THE former employee of the Bemobile company is set to appear in court today.
His case had been set for trial this month but was later vacated due to counsels engaged on this case not being available for the trial.
The accused Mr Eddie Paohawe faces a charge of conversion in relation to incidents which occurred on dates between 2013 and 2014 when he was employed by Bemobile Company.
Prosecution alleged that it was during his employment that he took for his benefit by transferring P2P credits worth SBD$400,358 from the P2P data system to his work mobile number and sold the credit belonging to the said public company.
The company however found him out and reported the case to the police in which he was arrested and charged for the offences.
Office of the Director Public Prosecution prosecutes the case in court while George Gray of the Public Solicitor’s Office represents the accused.