The Director of Criminal Investigation's (DCI) has arrested a syndicate of people who have been printing fake government documents in Eastleigh, Nairobi.
Six suspects we're arrested where National ID cards, refugee registration documents, academic certificates and others documents were recovered plus phones and computers which were being used to process the fake document's.
DCI added that they established that the Fake document's were being used to aid the entry of aliens in the country.
The suspects are currently at the DCI headquarters where they are being grilled as they await court arraignment on Thursday.
The DCI further warned Kenya's against this kind of trade as it's Illegal and immoral.
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