Senior Sergeant Grace Nyamohanga, alias Nasra, a prison warder believed to be in-charge of a large syndicate that has conned Kenyans millions of shillings, on fake promises of being offered job opportunities has surrendered to the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI).

Nasra faces several charges among them obtaining money by false pretense, forgery and money laundering and will presented in court on Monday, May 24th to answer to the charges, the DCI said.

On Friday, DCI sleuths busted a racketeering syndicate that obtained millions from unsuspecting Kenyans desperate to get jobs on the pretext that the they would secure them jobs.

The syndicate is believed to be under the operation of Grace Nyamohanga, a senior sergeant at Lang’ata Women’s Prison in Nairobi.

DCI boss George Kinoti had put up a warrant of arrest against her and who other suspects were arrested on Friday, with detectives recovering dozens of fake recruitment letters.

“Among the dozens of fake offer letters in our possession that were seized from her house, the suspects have recruited jobseekers from across all levels of education and academic disciplines including graduates in Mathematics, Computer Science and Microbiology among others,” the DCI revealed in a tweet.

The DCI has called upon victims who submitted their academic documents, birth certificates, identification cards and other documents to the syndicate, to present themselves at the DCI headquarters, Serious Crimes Unit and file their reports.

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