Speaker Moses Wetangula has sent a message to DCI Mohammed Amin over an imposter who is disturbing him. According to Wetangula, it's clear that a person is pretending to be him confusing people something not acceptable.
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According to speaker Moses Wetangula, it's clear that the imposter is aggressive enough and he ought to face justice. Wetangula wants the DCI Mohammed Amin to act within his powers to ensure criminals who are trying to be him face justice.
It's expected that the DCI Mohammed Amin will act quickly so that the impersonators can face justice. It's clear that Wetangula is a reputable leader in the country hence those pretending to be him must be careful.
DCI Mohammed Amin has been on record before warning social media imposters against their activities. Several leaders including the president himself have had to deal with imposters in their social media pages especially Media and Facebook.
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