KeNHA Fraud Alart.


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Many business owners were victimized and had their money stolen, the agency said in a statement released on Thursday, September 8.

To the targeted tender bidders, KeNHA said the scammers were sending bogus tender letters for a price.

Especially important, KeNHA said that there would be no fees during the bidding process. 

“All tender Awards are communicated to successful bidders through duly signed letters by the director general.

“The outcome of all tenders is communicated to participating bidders upon completion of the tendering process. Tender award letters are only issued to winning Bidders,” they stated.

If you have any questions about their bids, KeNHA said you may contact them through any of their official social media accounts or at their customer service phone number, 0700423606.

However, the scam plan is not a unique incident in which innocent Kenyans lose their money to con artists.

In May 2022, the road agency warned about a scam that took advantage of Kenyans who were poor and looking for work. 

When KeNHA made their statement, the scammers were already giving fake appointment letters to job seekers for a fee.

“It has come to our attention that there are people purporting to be working for KeNHA and are sending employment offer letters to individuals.”

“KeNHA vacant positions are only advertised through National Dailies and KeNHA website. Interviews are conducted for the shortlisted applicants and successful candidates are issued with official appointment offer letters. KeNHA does not ask for money for the recruitment process,” KeNHA cautioned.

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