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Nigerian woman charged with fraud, illegal stay in Kenya

By Rushdie Oudia | Apr 29th 2015 | 1 min read
Rashidat Oluwakemi Salako, a Nigerian woman when she was arraigned at Kisumu Law Court on April 28 2015 facing charges of false declaration for purpose of Obtaining Kenyan passport, presenting false documents for the purpose of obtaining a passport and being unlawfully present in Kenya.She was arrested by Immigration officials at Huduma Center in Kisumu on April 27 2015 while trying to obtain a Kenyan Passport.[PIC BY COLLINS ODUOR/STANDARD]

Kisumu,Kenya: A Nigerian has been charged with being in Kenya illegally. Rashidat Oluwakemi Salako alias Risper Ndeda was also accused of fraudulently obtaining documents belonging to the Kenya Government and presenting false documents for the purpose of obtaining a Kenyan passport.

Salako, who appeared before Senior Resident Magistrate Phylis Shinyada, was arrested by immigration officials at the Huduma Centre building on Monday as she was applying for a Kenyan passport.

She was released on a Sh500,000 bond with two similar sureties and will also be required to report to the police station at 9am daily. The case will be mentioned tomorrow.

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