The increase of fake documents in the country have was high and most documents printed are National identification cards, Refugees Registration documents which help people from other countries to chip in the country illegally.
Academic documents were also being processed illegally in the country among other government related documents.
Ditective raided the Eastleigh building where they arrested six suspect related to the matter.Also recovered computers used in processing the fake documents as well as processed documents.
The had received the information about the matter through the #FichuakwaDCI hotline.The suspect have been involved in aiding aliens into the country through processing fake credicials for them.
The suspects are being held at DCI headquarter before being arraigned in court on Thursday.
The directive of Criminal investigation have cautioned Kenyans against this actions which pose Very serious threat to other Kenyans and security and security of fellow kenyans.
What do you think should be done to curb the processing of fake documents in the country?
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