Detectives raid Kilimani club, seize US$1m fake cash, gold

By Zadock Angira On Thu, 26 Sep, 2019 09:59 | < 1 min read
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The fake US dollars the was seized in Plan 254 Club in Kilimani area on September 25, 2019. PHOTO | ZADOCK ANGIRA | PD
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    Directorate of Criminal Investigations detectives arrested the owner of Plan 254 Club, Mr Stephen Mark Oduk, after they found fake gold and cash in the building. Mr Oduk spent the night at the Parklands Police Station and is set to be arraigned on Thursday, September 26.

Detectives on Wednesday night raided Plan 254 Club in Kilimani, Nariobi where they seized fake US$1 million and 147 fake gold bars.

The counterfeit items were found in the club’s store alongside 3,000 black notes of US$100 dollar bills and four portable safes that were locked.

The officers, who were drawn from Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) in Parklands, Nairobi also arrested the owner of the club, Mr Stephen Mark Oduk.

Mr Oduk spent the night at the Parklands Police Station and is set to be arraigned on Thursday, September 26.

The DCI detectives told K24 Digital that they were acting on a tip-off.

Plan 254 is located on Nyangumi Road in Kilimani.

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