A video shared online showing how fake currency is manufactured in Kenya has grabbed the attention of many.
The recording done at an undisclosed location shows a sophisticated machine ejecting several one-thousand shilling notes, reportedly nabbed at Eastleigh in Nairobi where a cartel was busted making fake money.
According to the constitution, any person making or begins to make counterfeit currency is guilty of a felony and is liable to imprisonment for life.
Incidents of people found with counterfeit currency have been on the rise in Kenya.
In January, two foreigners were arrested at South C estate in Nairobi with fake 693 Million US dollars, fake Euros amounting to 369 Million, money printing machines, money cutters, scanners, five safes, two computers, chemicals, masks and foil paper.
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