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Nine wanted by DCI for KPLC fraud

Directorate of Criminal Investigations has today issued a warrant of arrest of nine suspects.

The nine are wanted over KPLC case with charges of fraudulent acquisition of public being leveled against them.

The nine include Catherine Wanjiko Njuguna, Christine Nyawara, Edwin Macharia Ngamini, John Waweru, Jason Morara, James Ogechi, Jeremiah Onduko, Stephen njoroge Maina and Linet Njeri.

Nine wanted by DCI for KPLC fraud

Also named in the public notice are five companies which the nine suspects are attached to. The companies include Millous Enterprise, Kazimax Enterprise Ltd, Jake Building and Construction Ltd, Wachema Investment Ltd and Pestus Investment Ltd.

Members of the public have been called upon by DCI to report their whereabouts either at Milimani Ant-Corruption Court No.1 or at DCI investigation branch

. In other news, an appeal has been lodged by DCI after disappearance of a class 7 pupil.

Nine wanted by DCI for KPLC fraud

Jamal Noor Ibrahim went missing since August 15th in Kitengela where he lives with his grandmother.

He was last seen in Muthurwa.

Nine wanted by DCI for KPLC fraud
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