DCI Raises Alarm Over Human Trafficking Involving JKIA Staff

    The Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) has issued a stern warning and pledged to take legal action against individuals employed at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA) implicated in human smuggling.

    According to intelligence sources, several workers from various agencies are allegedly participating in this illicit trade, facilitating the illegal movement of people across international borders via the airport.

    The individuals reportedly involved span different roles, including personnel from the National Police Service, Kenya Airports Authority, Immigration, and various airline staff.

    “This office has noted with a lot of concern that people are being smuggled in and out of the country through Jomo Kenyatta International Airport with the assistance of airport staff,” stated the DCI.

    “This serves as a warning to all agencies named to desist from the practice. Legal action will be taken on anyone caught,” DCI cautioned.

    This revelation comes shortly after a significant number of Kenyan nationals were observed attending a football match at Al Janoub Stadium in Doha, Qatar, to support Kenya’s Harambee Stars in a game against the Qatari team.

    Reports suggest that a record-breaking 11,000 Kenyan fans filled the stadium, raising questions about the actual number of Kenyan citizens residing in the foreign nation.

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