DCI detective arrested for promising nonexistent jobs for women


– Police Constable Edward Mwaniki Kabachia, a Kisauni detective, received money from a woman after promising her jobs in 2017

– Kabachia pledged to safeguard the jobs of the woman’s relatives at the Kenyan prisons recruitment exercise in 2017

– Following an investigation by DCI Likoni, it was recommended that the suspect of the fundraising misconduct be charged on false pretenses

A Criminal Investigation Directorate (DCI) detective was arrested for cheating on a woman by promising her two relatives that they would do non-existent jobs.

Police officer Edward Mwaniki Kabachia, a Kisauni detective, was arrested for receiving money from the woman and promising jobs for her two relatives during a 2017 Kenya prison recruitment exercise.

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DCI headquarters in Nairobi. The DCI detective promised a woman nonexistent jobs. Photo: DCI.
Source: UGC

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A completed investigation by DCI recommended Likoni that the suspect of the fundraising misrepresentation be charged against Section 313 of the Criminal Code, according to a statement from the investigative agency headed by George-Kinoti.

“Police officer Edward Mwaniki Kabachia, a DCI detective in Kisauni, was arrested after an incident in which he received a substantial amount of money from a lady,” he said.

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Kabachia will be tried on Wednesday August 19 to answer the charges.

In another story, a DCI detective was among five people arrested for attempting to steal KSh 28 million from a bank account of a Kenyan who currently resides in the United States.

Working with four other business people in Bungoma and Nairobi, the detective attempted to make the fraudulent withdrawal at Kenya Commercial Bank’s Busia branch.

Police officer Kipkirui Tanui, a member of the Wilson Airport Bureau of the Criminal Police Directorate, was arrested at the Ahero roadblock along the Busia-Kericho highway on Saturday 4th July.

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