Probe on fake gold scam ongoing, DCI boss declares
SEE ALSO :Esther Passaris to sue Nairobi Governor“We know the parties involved and it will be a matter of time before we summon them for statements. Let them be patient.” He was reacting to reports that the probe had stalled. Since the incident broke out where Kenyan gold scammers defrauded a Dubai businessman of close to Sh400 million, the police have raided various joints and confiscated fake gold. The places include Jomo Kenyatta International Airport, smelting joints and residential places and offices. More than 20 suspects linked to various gold scams have also been arrested and presented in court.
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