Two people have been arrested in Ruiru following a police raid.
Officers discovered fake money both in shillings and foreign currencies estimated to be Sh32 billion.
Also found in the house were pieces of gold and a licensed gun.
Joseph Munyao was apprehended alongside Nancy Muthoni in Kwihota. Munyao was nabbed on his way to work after DCI officers received word from members of the public. He apparently worked with Secure Africa and lived in home belonging to a man who has been accused of impersonating President Uhuru Kenyatta.
On Tuesday Anti-Counterfeit Agency officers raided several shops along Tom Mboya Street in Nairobi’s Central Business District (CBD).
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Fake Samsung phones worth an estimated Sh3 million were netted with several shop attendants getting arrested.
Managing Consultant, Anti-illicit Trade Agency, Peter Mutula while addressing the media noted that “most of these traders import the phones bearing different brands names and when they get them here they take the Samsung stickers and stick on top of those other brands then giving the phone the appearance of the Samsung phone.”
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