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College Exposed for Defrauding Students Over Ksh 70 million

The Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) has revealed the activities of a fraudulent college that has been reported to have stolen up to Ksh 70 million from Kenyans.


The Directorate of Criminal Investigations reported receiving a large number of complaints from the students at the school reported to be on Nairobi’s Mfangano Road at Hakati House. The police claim that complaints began to pour in in September, which is what prompted them to launch their investigations. Obtaining Money by False Pretext is one of the charges the college is up against.

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The public has been advised against enrolling in academic programs at the Branka International College by the Directorate of Criminal Investigations. The DCI revealed in a statement on Tuesday that the institution has been defrauding students by charging them around Ksh. 350,000 each for a one-week course with the promise of getting employment in the USA, Europe, and Australia since improperly registering simply as an ‘unspecified business’ in 2021.

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College Exposed for Defrauding Students Over Ksh 70 Million. Photo: COURTESY

DCI stated that initial research indicated that after completing the course, the learners would be subjected to a constant waiting mode while others are dropped given reasons for not fulfilling the minimum requirements.

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The primary suspect, Ms. Teresia Mumbi Kamau, and her accomplice Thaitu Ng’ang’a & Associate, were reported to harass victims who are now demanding refunds or the agreed-upon positions abroad by threatening legal action.


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