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Kenyans are warned by EACC not to trust false clearances issued by fraudsters.

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Kenyans have been reminded by the Ethics and Anti Corruption Commission to be wary of scammers providing phony certificates of integrity clearance.

The anti-graft organization claims that the imposters are providing phony credentials to unsuspecting members of the public for a price.

The Commission urged members of the public who may have knowledge of similar acts to come forward.

In order to take swift action, the EACC also requested information on anybody impersonating its officers.

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