Four arrested over Sh65 million 'fake' tender

One of the suspects George Kasasi. /COURTESY
One of the suspects George Kasasi. /COURTESY

Four suspects

have been arrested after presenting fake documents to a complainant whom they had promised to award a tender worth Sh65 Million.

The four men who were arrested on Friday night

had promised

to award the tender to the victim for construction of an administration block for a school in Sultan Hamud.

They include;

Zacharia Joel Owuor (Komarock), Edward Mutuku (Uthiru), George Kasasi(Kayole) and Moses Ikiungu(Ruai).

Moses Ikiungu arrested for presenting fake documents./COURTESY

DCI boss George Kinoti said the suspects will be arraigned in court on Monday.

They will be charged

with obtaining money by false pretence.

Zacharia Owuor arrested for presenting fake documents./COURTESY

"The good news is that they were arrested and the DCI requests you to volunteer any information to the Serious Crime Unit based at their Headquarters,"DCI tweeted.

Edward Nzioki arrested for presenting fake documents./COURTESY

Early in the week, Kinoti said detectives were

looking for two men believed to be conning Nairobi residents off their valuables.

Mahamed Abdullahi Maalim and Mohamed Ali Said,

both 40 years of age, are from Eastleigh estate.

They are wanted for obtaining money by false pretences from members of the public.

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