Photo courtesy for illustration purposes.
The Ethics and Anti Corruption Commission has on Sunday the 27th of November managed to arrest one of the most notorious fraudsters in the country after receiving a tip off from an individual who was about to be defrauded in Nairobi.
According to our reputable sources, a man identified as Ibrahim Ngamau Wangari, who has been soliciting money from Kenyans by posing as a EACC officer has finally been arrested. The suspect is said to have been exploiting unsuspecting Kenyans who have cases with the anti graft commission.
Photo courtesy; Ibrahim Ngamau Wangari.
In reference to TV47, the notorious fraudster was allegedly on the verge of exploiting a businessman, who was among the millers enlisted by Government to supply subsidized maize flour. The businessman is said to have noticed something off about the individual who changed the venue of the meeting from the EACC integrity offices to a city club known as Quiver Lounge.
The suspect was taken to EACC headquarters for grilling before being taken into custody at Kilimani Police Station. Kenyans have been urged to be careful with dealing with such individuals who impersonate the identity of officers. They have since been advised to report these individuals to a nearby station.
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