A suspect who has been conning Kenyans by offering them fake Kenya Defence Forces (KDF) jobs was on Monday arrested by detectives
The suspect was arrested together with two others after members of the public raised an alarm by alerting officers at Kasarani Police Station.
Kenyans who raised concerns told the police that the three suspects said they Were military officers capable of recruiting aspiring candidates into KDF
One of their victims, Mbabu John told the police that he had paid them a total of Sh350,000 with hopes of getting his son recruited in the military.
"They are to be charged with the offence of obtaining money by false pretences. They obtained Ksh. 350,000,/= from one Mbabu John claiming they were in a position to recruit his son into the KDF.
"Elisha Onyango who was found donning a full military uniform will be charged with impersonation and being in possession of government stores after being found donning senior military officer uniform having a rank of military Major," read police report in part.
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