Senator Olekina puts DCI on the spot over the 2 billion fake currency scandal

Narok Senator Ledama Olekina wants the office of the Director of Criminal Investigations to shed more light on the Sh. 2 billion fake currency found at Barclays Bank’s Queensway branch in Nairobi. 

While taking to his twitter account he wrote that there is no information on the case despite having raised concern among different quarters. 

He asked the office of the DCI George Kinoti to tell Kenyans where the fake currency went so that they can know. He also faulted the investigative agencies in the nation for failing the people of this nation in the fight to end graft. 

“What happened to the fake currency @DCI_Kenya was it Ksh 2 Billion ($20 Million) Mulichoma ? @citizentvkenya @DavidNdii@RobertAlai kama bado lets have a ceremony to do so and invite the public,” he said Police also impounded fake gold at the same facility following an operation. The detectives revealed that four suspects were arrested and questioned following the impoundment. 

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The fake currency was in the form of US dollars. Among the suspects who are    questioned in relation to the fake currency were Eric Adede, Ahmed Shah, Elizabeth Muthoni and Irene Wairimu.

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