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Nigerians in Kenya Kenya jails Nigerian after he was found with Sh112 billion fake money

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Part of the Sh112 billion fake currency that led to the arrest of the two foreigners play Part of the Sh112 billion fake currency that led to the arrest of the two foreigners (Nation)

Nairobi Chief Magistrate Francis Andayi has sentenced a Nigerian man and his Cameroonian accomplice ten years in jail after they were found in possession of Sh112 billion worth of fake currency.

Mohamed Sani alias Dr. Mustafa from Nigeria and Ousman Ibrahim Bako of Cameroon were found guilty of forgery as well as being in the country without immigration documents.

play ilimani chief magistrate Francis Andayi (Twitter)

 

The two foreigners were arrested on January 15th,2016 at Diamond Park II Estate in Nairobi .

The court was told that the suspects had 6,931,000 pieces of paper that were intended to make fake US dollar currency notes, while 739,200 papers were meant to forge Euro notes.

The magistrate ruled that the prosecution had proved its case with its evidence which included two scanners, two bottles of iodine for producing figures and marks peculiar to those used in making US dollars and Euro currency notes.

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