The police supervisor further uncovered that Mr Okemwa has been included in fabrication of P3 structures and other medicinal records.
“A customer consented to take us to where he had acquired a fake P3 structure furthermore, that is the means by which we captured the suspect in his center,” said Mr Barua.
CHARGED IN COURT
Duplicates of incompletely finished P3 structures and elastic stamps bearing the names of the Nakuru Level Five Doctor’s facility were recuperated at the center. Police have following propelled examinations to decide to what extent he has been working the center.
The suspect is being held at the Nakuru Focal Police headquarters for cross examination and will be charged in court once examinations are complete, as per the police. A sum of three fake specialists have been captured at the common clinic since November a year ago.
A week ago, Mr George Mburu, 33, a man said to have been treating patients at the Break Valley Common General Healing facility for two weeks was captured. The suspect was acting like a medical attendant.
In November a year ago, the Directorate of Criminal Examination officers captured a lady who had been issuing fake business letters to frantic young people at the healing center. Ms Naomi Nyamongo, whose case is pending, is asserted to have acted like a specialist.