Kenyans have been perplexed by the desperation of job seekers after the DCI busted a Conmen syndicate that acquired huge sums of money from job job seekers with the promise of offering them or their children jobs in top government parastatals and government security agencies including KDF, NIS and National Police Service.
The syndicate was operated by Grace Nyamohanga alias 'Nasra' a Senior Sergeant at the Langata women's prison who had managed to swindle job seekers over 200 Million in just 8 months.
The case of the Nairobi woman who Nasra conned 800,000 with the promise of offering her three children jobs at Kenya ports Authority, NHIF and Nairobi Metropolitan Services has has sparked a huge debate. Netizens have reacted as they argue that the money was too much to bribe for a job and was enough for the mother to start good businesses for the three. Others have urged that all those who were conned Should be arrested too for promoting corruption.
Here are some of the reactions.
Other victims of the syndicate that parted with huge sums of money were 60 job seekers who bribed 300,000 to 400,000 in January after being promised jobs at the Kenya Airport Authority. They were even taken for a tour at the JKIA to familiarize themselves with what would be their new working environment and even addressed by a suspect who posed as the Human Resource Manager. They were then treated with a lumptuous lunch and asked to report on 18th March and that was the last they heard from the thugs.
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