Nyarugenge primary court on Monday, February 6, granted bail to Prince Shema, the proprietor of P&A Group, who was accused of defrauding Rwf70 million from 13 people whom he had promised to acquire vehicles for them from Dubai. While delivering a verdict, the court ruled that Shema, 20, did not commit any crime but instead delayed to fulfil the terms of contracts he had with his clients in time. The Judge said that there were no elements constituting a crime in what Shema did, and as a result, granted him bail. Prosecution had in January arraigned Shema before court on accusation of swindling money. However, during the bail hearing, Shema denied the charges, saying he did not have intentions of fraudulently taking money from anyone. He backed up the claim by telling the judges that he signed contracts with his clients, which showed that he was committed to delivering the cars. He added that he had communicated to them and asked them to be patient with him since he was facing delays in delivery from the suppliers. ALSO READ: 20-year-old accused of fraud appears in court He prayed to the judge to grant him bail on grounds that he was still a student and committed to delivering the vehicles to his clients or refund them. However, the prosecutors had insisted that Shema is a flight risk if released and that he would tamper with ongoing investigations if released.