11-07-2017 by redazione
Hard times for the rogue men in Kenya.
Surely, as already largely demonstrated by recent operations, Kenya is no longer the country of Benghazi of any kind of dishonesty or malevolence, thanks also to the collaboration agreements between police made in recent years.
Three Italians appeared yesterday in court in Nairobi on charges of being illegally in Kenya without work permits and, through their own property company, attempting to sell counterfeit generators to a local firm.
The three compatriots, Angelo and Giuseppe Criscuolo and Antonio Loffredo, were caught up in the fact that after fake catalogs they sold fake Caterpillar generators of the same Swedish company, as reported by The Star newspaper who was able to see documents relating to their arrest .
The exclusive Kenyan company of Caterpillar SARL has distanced itself from the activity of the three Italians and has also denounced them for their illegal activities. The investigation began with one of the buyers of diesel-powered diesel generators for three originals, and his complaint to the Nairobi police.
In Criscuolo's apartment were found return flights to Italy, return scheduled for next Saturday.
But something went wrong.
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