Corruption is one of the major causes of theft in many countries. According to the latest news by Citizen Tv, Two men have been arrested by police in Nairobi after being found with Sh750 million fake money. This happened in an apartment in the Kilimani area where Samuel Maina and Boniface Mungai were caught with this huge amount of money packed in metal boxes. They were in the form of US dollars, Euros, and Kenyan Currency.
Some chemicals were also recovered at their house, whereby police suspected that these men have been one of the major goons who have been exchanging fake money in MPESA shops and banks. Kenyans should be aware of this issue, as one may be arrested because of his or her colleagues not knowing whether he is among the wanted criminals. Central Bank of Kenya came up with some posters which directed people on how to that the money they have been given or received is original, and many have been ignoring this kind of information whenever they come across it.
Those holding shops should also be aware of this, because things may overturn once found having this kind of fake notes. What do you think the government should do to prevent this? Kindly share your views with us.
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