Detectives Recover 24000 Fake KRA Stamps

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Detectives at the Economic and Commercial Crimes Unit have recovered a consignment of fake Kenya Revenue Authority stamps shipped into the country.

The counterfeit stamps believed to have been imported into the country on March 7, 2023, were retrieved from a warehouse in Eastleigh, near Pumwani in Nairobi city. They included six rolls, each with 24,000 KRA counterfeit stamps.

One suspect, Alice Agnes Nyathira Mburu, believed to be the owner, was arrested and placed in custody at Muthaiga police station pending arraignment.

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