Detectives from the Directorate of Criminal investigation, DCI raided a Kilimani club on Wednesday night were they recovered fake gold and money.
Acting on a tip, the detectives found fake 143 gold bars and black dollars’ worth $1 million inside the Kilimani club.
Plan 254 club raid also revealed four safe stores which were locked.
Plan 254 owner identified as Stephen Mark Oduk was arrested by the detectives from Parkland police station in Nairobi.
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He is set to be arraigned in court on Thursday 26th as more investigations continue.
The arrest follows similar arrest conducted this year where prominent people around the world were swindled millions in the fake gold sale.
Businessman Paul Kobia was arrested alongside fifteen of his employees in July for allegedly scamming one Antonio Cianci.
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Also arrested was businessman Jared Otieno for the offense of obtaining money through false pretense.
Mr. Jared Otieno was accused of receiving Ksh 300 million from Simuong Group director at Kileleshwa area of Nairobi.
Some of his porch cars were confiscated as he later requested the court to release some of his properties including kitchen appliances.
Bungoma Senator Moses Wetengula’s name came up during investigation following an audiotape revealed to the public.
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In the tape, the Senator confirmed that the goods in question will be received and that top leaders in the country had already been communicated on the same.
He, however, maintained his innocence upon his arrival into the country.