Directorate of Criminal Investigation have arrested the main suspect behind a fake job racket at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA).
According to a police report seen by Kenyan report, Bonface Ouko was arrested after failing handfirst into a trap laid out of the sleuths.
“Prior to his arrest, the suspect had presented a fake letter of offer to a detective posing as a job seeker. The detectives had been offered a financial analyst position, in the offer letter purported to have been issued by Euro craft agencies, a ground handling company at the county’s aviation hub,” says the DCI.
The DCI report had concealed his true identity by adopting a fake name Peter Kamuri. he had also developed a fake Eurocraft security pass bearing the said name.
“He would charge his victims various kinds of fees, before offering them the fake letters of offer. They include medical fees, security pass fee, interview fee and uniform fee amount among others,” the DCI added.
The suspect is currently being held at JKIA police station awaiting to be arraigned in court on Monday.
Those who have fallen victims to his scheme’s have been urged to report the same to the DCI.
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