City Conman Arrested With Shs140m Fake Notes


tadalafil sans-serif; font-size: 13.333333969116211px; text-align: justify;”>approved geneva;”>Moses has been in hiding for more than 3 months after the detectives highlighted him as the most wanted person. He came to be known by crime hunters after he robbed 4 mobile money booths around Ntinda in July by depositing 10m on each with fake notes of 50000shs with out being detected by the operators.

According to police detectives, Moses later withdrawn the money from his mtn line along container village the same day.

The detectives landed into Moses yesterday in the morning at riding a motorcycle with a huge travelling bag. By the time of his arrest he first pretended to be a bodaboda rider who had just bought the motorcycle taking it to Nakawa for registration but when he was asked to show his card he never had anything which raised the suspicion on the traffic officers near mutasa kaferro plaza to hand him to crime preventers.

He was immediately rushed to central police station where he was checked and found that his bag contained alot of money.

During the interrogation process he revealed that he has been making and circulating all types of bank notes in Uganda, south Sudan, Tanzania and Kenya for more than 4 years without being noticed. it is through this business that he has managed to build some rental houses in Najjera and kira.

Ojjo Moses Brain Displaying the fake notes

As the police questioned him where he was making the money from, he acknowledge that before the death of his father he had gotten some technology and machines that would make money. So this is knowledge that he has been using to make money.

As Police took on the investigations, they found out that he had just picked a sack of money from a certain bus which was coming from Rwanda that morning.

The fake notes on display

Looking at his passport it was discovered that he is a daily traveler to Kenya and Rwanda. His fake notes were more like money. They had all the currency features and one could not easily know that the money is fake.

The Kampala Metropolitan police spokes person Ibin Ssenkumbi suspected that the money is made in Kenya and Rwanda.[we are going to charge him with counterfait and possession of fake bank notes but he will first help us to arrest the people that he has been dealing with around the country.


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