Police Arrest Man Swindling Kenyans Looking For Military Jobs




DCI detectives have nabbed a man conning unsuspecting Kenyans in the name of getting them military jobs.

Edward Obuba Nyakundi was arrested on Monday and with him were KDF travel permits, KDF recruits calling letter, two 58 ransack bags, one army jacket, a pair of military boots, a pair of handcuffs and one sleeping bag.


According to the DCI, Nyakundi, 44 will be arraigned in court today (Tuesday).

Read: Court Orders Cyprian Nyakundi Be Served Via Whatsapp, Twitter And Gmail In Ruaraka Land Case


On August 22 the DCI warned Kenyans against two men believed to be conning Nairobi residents.

The two; Mahamed Abdullahi Maalim and Mohamed Ali Said sold fake gold to unsuspecting Kenyans and obtaining money from them.

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