Nairobi — Narok-based detectives have apprehended 5 suspects masquerading as Kenya Revenue Authority officers as they terrorized businessmen dealing within the liquor industry.
Police say the suspects who come with a senior police officer recently on interdiction and who’s going through 5 instances bordering on impersonation in quite a lot of courts, have been arrested after bar house owners was suspicious in their actions within the the town ahead of alerting them.
According to police, the suspects have been apprehended after bar house owners were given suspicious in their actions and contacted them.
“Led by the rogue officer, the five including two women harassed liquor shop owners over alleged failure to comply with KRA requirements and demanded hefty bribes failure to which they threatened to shut down their businesses,” the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) stated Wednesday.
According to the company, the DCI in price Narok instantly mobilized a contingent of officials who rushed to town and rounded up the officers.
“Upon preliminary investigations, it was established the five Leah Wanjiku, Ann Wagio, Thomas Mwangi, Davies Simiyu, and their gang leader Police Inspector Urbanus Kioko, were masquerading as KRA detectives,” he added.
Assorted ATM playing cards, seizure notices, KRA stamps, and KRA workforce badges have been recovered from the suspects and documented as the most important shows.
The suspects are recently in custody and being processed to reply to to fees of impersonation, extortion, forgery, and different offences.
Author: Capital FM