Huduma Kenya has moved to dispel the fraudulent agents asking Kenyans for money so as to help them secure employment opportunities at Huduma centres. “Members of the public are advised NOT to send or give money to anyone implying to assist them with employment at Huduma Centres. Huduma Kenya does not collect money for any employment-related activities,” reads a presser from Huduma Kenya. This comes after some Kenyans reported that they had received messages from people posing as Huduma Staff; who are requesting for money to help them get employment at Huduma Centres.
The National Police Service has since advised Kenyans to report any scamming cases to them for action to be taken against the fraudsters. “Report Online Fraudsters to the Directorate of Criminal Investigations, DCI Kenya, Cyber crime unit or the National Computer Incidents Response Team Tel Hotlines: +254-703-042700, +254-730-172700 and email firstname.lastname@example.org,” says the National Police Service.
Many Kenyans have fallen victim to online fraudsters who demand for money so as to enable them secure lucrative jobs.