Three men arrested for fraud at Kenya’s central bank

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Three men were arrested at the Central Bank of Kenya’s headquarters on February 16 after they attempted to cash in counterfeit treasury bills.

Alfred Keter, the member of parliament for the Nandi Hills region, was remanded alongside Arthur Ingolo Sakwa and Madat Suburali Chatur, a spokesperson from the central bank confirms.

“They presented forged 90-day Treasury bills with a face value of 633 million Kenyan shillings ($6.25 million), and a date of 1990. The matter and the individuals are now

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