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Notorious fraudster arrested by detectives based in Nairobi

A notorious fraudster has been arrested by Nairobi based detectives at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport.

Patrick Olindo Aswani is reported to have obtained millions from several people within the country with the promise of importing vehicles for them.

“DCI Detectives based at Nairobi area have arrested a notorious fraudster namely Patrick Olindo Aswani at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport. Aswani is accused of fraudulently obtaining money from several unsuspecting citizens in the pretext that he could import vehicles on their behalf.” Said DCI.

In Nairobi alone several people are reported to have lost millions from the suspect as all those who have fallen victim urged to file a report with the detectives.

“Nairobi Region alone has received several cases where his victims have lost millions of shillings with similar cases being reported in other police stations around the country.

Individuals or Entities that could have fallen victim of his fraudulent activities are requested to get in touch with the Regional Criminal Investigations office, Nairobi (Adjacent to Integrity Center) for assistance.” Said DCI.


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