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Mary Njoki ; Woman in Multi-million fake cancer drug supply scheme arrested.

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Mary Njoki Ng’ang’a, the main plotter suspected to be behind the criminal gang targeting Kenyans abroad has been arrested.

In a DCI statement, Njoki aka Dr Susan, who was posing as a businessman affiliated with the United Nations Office for Projects (UNOPS) in Nairobi, was arrested after one of his victims had already lost more than Ksh 30 million in alleged drug paraphernalia. of cancer. The distribution scandal reported the case to detectives.

Njoki, who was under heavy guard, was arrested in Hurlingham while waiting to receive Ksh20million in cash after the victim believed he had won a tender to deliver suspected cancer drugs in his possession.

Investigators say the group deceived their victim; An American of Kenyan descent known only as Wallace had won a bid to distribute Eloxatin, a drug used to treat stage 2 gastrointestinal cancer.

The fraudulent business started when a fraudulent artist from Nairobi was introduced to Wallace via a WhatsApp group of Kenyans living in the United States.

A fraudster who pretends to be a wheelchair trader in the UNOPS system, with links to support the delivery of goods and services, will later introduce Wallace to a senior procurement officer working in an agency identified as Leah Wanjiru.

The two (Wallace and Leah) would later meet at the TRM Mall along Thika Road for coffee to inform Wallace about the UNOPS distribution system.

Leah began to take action with the logistics portal and ask her to register and at the time, Wallace was convinced beyond a doubt that Leah was real since, after all, she had entered the shopping center in a car with diplomatic licenses.

Shortly afterwards, the gate was updated with a tender announcement to distribute 1,000 bottles of Eloxatin Cancer, and shortly thereafter, Leah telephoned Wallace to inform her that she had won. Call for a tender.

However, he warned her that UNOPS only accepted medication from authorized pharmacists in Kenya and referred her to a doctor known as Moses Otieno.

Wallace was first required to provide a sample from Dr. Otieno which was found to be standard.

In a well-thought-out and organized fraud, Wallace was first asked to provide 250 bowls which he purchased for $ 560 (Ksh63,364) per bowl and sold to UNOPS for $ 1,000 (Ksh113,150) per bowl, earning a profit of $. 440 (Ksh49, 786) per bowl.

He was then asked to donate another 250 cups while waiting for his payment to be processed.

He withdrew Ksh 20 million from his bank account and transferred the money to Dr Otieno for a second delivery and invited a lawyer to attend the second operation.

At this point, he was still waiting for payment, but the purchasing agent asked him to wait another 14 days while filling the remaining 500 bowls.

“After 14 days the counters went down and Wallace’s efforts to knock them down were in vain. Their calls went unanswered. By the time Wallace arrived at our headquarters, he had lost more than Ksh 30 million to fraudsters, ”part of a DCI statement said.

Wallace would later receive a call from Dr Susan on December 27, with an offer of Ksh 20 million worth of Eloxatin bottles and inform investigators about the deal.

Along with DCI police officer Charles Ogetii, the two waited in the parking lot of the Suppers and Dinners restaurant in Hurlingham where they were arrested by criminal detective officers.

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