A man suspected to have been forging Kenya Defense Forces (KDF) documents has been arrested in Nairobi.
The Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) said the man was arrested on Friday at Sir Yusuf Club within Nairobi’s Central Business District.
Through its Twitter handle, DCI identified the suspect as 25-year-old Peter Nyabogoye Kaunda.
The following items were confiscated:-
A Copy of Medical Examination Form
KDF Calling Letter for January 2019
A Copy of Police Clearance Certificate
A Copy of Her Majesty’s Armed Forces Application to Service Form &
A Copy of Unknown Recruitment Format Application Form. pic.twitter.com/oHCqLx6l1b
— DCI KENYA (@DCI_Kenya) December 8, 2018
DCI also said the suspect was found with copies of Medical Examination Form, Calling Letter for January 2019, Police Clearance Certificate, Her Majesty’s Armed Forces Application to Service Form and an Unknown Recruitment Format Application Form.
“Detectives working on information from the members of the public yesterday arrested Mr. Peter Nyabogoye Kaunda, a 25-year-old man, found making @kdfinfo documents without Authority. The suspect was nabbed at the Sir Yusuf Club within the Central Business District,” stated the DCI in a tweet.