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DCI invite the public into Gakuyo scheme investigation

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The Directorate of Criminal Investigation (DCI) has called out for members of the public to come forward and present any fraud complaints against Gakuyo.

The DCI issued a statement on Wednesday calling for the general public who have been defrauded in the scheme and hails from Nairobi and Kiambu County to report to their Headquarters along Kiambu road on 18th March 2019 at 9:00 am.

Affected members are required to carry with them bank statements showing deposits and withdrawals, agreement deposit slips, receipts and any other document relevant to the dealings.

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“Affected members should carry with them deposit/withdrawal statements, deposit slips, any agreements and any other document relevant to the dealings.”

Also read: Dams scandal,CS Henry Rotich grilled by DCI

The fraud complaints under investigation are Gakuyo Real Estate, Ekeza Sacco LTD, Gakuyo Investment Club.

Slavian Mwangecho
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