The National Police Service has been at the forefront of ensuring that Kenyans and foreign nationals in the country have enough security to bar any kind of injustice that might befell them from the many criminals that are operating in the country.
Fraudsters have been on the rise in the country but the Directorate of Criminal Investigations have ensured that these criminals are arrested.
The man, who has been identified as George Onyango Handa, was arrested by the detectives this evening after he is said to have scammed some foreign nationals.
The man carries his criminal trade at the Immigration Department in Nairobi where he has perfected his craft of conning foreigners who arrive in the country and are seeking permanent residency.
He has been giving them fake Permanent Residency Certificates to the foreign nationals who reported the matter to the authorities who immediately took action against the man.
George Onyango Handa is now in custody and will be charged with a number of crimes.
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