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Detectives from the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) have arrested a 22-year-old man from Narok County suspected of stealing over Ksh45 million from bank accounts belonging to unsuspecting Kenyans. 

According to the DCI, the suspect is linked to an underground web of fraudsters that has been siphoning money from bank accounts belonging innocent Kenyans.

The suspect is reported to have fraudulently acquired money from accounts belonging to 481 customers, who are on mobile banking platforms. Police say the suspect targeted bank accounts operated by a leading bank in the country. 

“Should you have any information that may assist our detectives arrest more suspects in relation to this crime,” the DCI urged Kenyans. 

In order to be safe and secure when dealing with mobile money platforms, Kenyans are advised to take precautionary measures such as avoid logging into their bank’s mobile website through a public Wi-Fi network, use of a strong password, logging out after use as well as avoid clicking through emails and other notifications asking you to submit your account details.

Kenyans are also advised to avoid using cyber café computers while accessing their banking apps. Do not auto-save your password in any shared computers and remember to clear your browser history and cache after an internet banking session. 

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