DCI nab NTSA officers who involved in forced transfer of vehicles.

Detectives from the Criminal Investigation Department (DCI) discovered more than 450 real-time logs at an internet restaurant along Desai Road in Ngara, Nairobi.

In a statement posted on social media, the investigative agency said its investigators had worked on a “civilian council to accelerate the crackdown on organized crime gangs in the city.”

Meanwhile, detectives also arrested two NTSA officers identified as Simon Musembi Sammy and Richard Otieno Ojwang, who are believed to be part of the criminals involved in the modern car saga in the country.

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The two were caught with real seals and various vehicle registration documents on the network which, according to DCI, has been converted into a motor vehicle registration center, where a register request takes a few hours before being issued by an insider. in the NTSA.

As reported by DCI, the perpetrators in collaboration with NTSA officials also illegally prepare and administer the affidavit, before sending it to the national vehicle registration agency for compulsory transfer.

“After a few minutes, the car transfer was completed and the discovery of the possibility of his car being unknowingly transferred. of cars in recent days, “says part of a press release.

During the operation, the detectives also arrested a driver who had gone online to retrieve his notebook.

When they checked, they found that the car he was driving had his chassis number.

DCI has launched further investigations to arrest other NTSA agents involved in the crime.

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