Detectives arrest Paul Mwangi Njihia, 29, a fake USAID manager, extorting cash from job seekers
Detectives attached to the Oversees Criminal Investigation Office in Nairobi have arrested a 29-year-old Cybercrime suspect identified as Paul Mwangi Njihia.

The suspect, a former Information technology student at a local university is speculated to have created an online profile implying to be the General Manager of USAID Kenya in Rift Valley Region.

He went ahead and started obtaining facilitation fees from members of the public.

Fake USAID IDs given by the suspect
Fake USAID IDs given by the suspect. FILE

His Job seeking victims who were later issued with FAKE Gate Passes are reported to have sent a substantial amount as facilitation fees to a bank account linked to the suspect.

The suspect is in custody and will be charged with obtaining money by false pretences and Personation.

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