Killer police officer Ahmed Rashid based at Pangani Police Station is accused of robbing a businessman Sh1.8 million. Story narrated below:
Ahmed Rashid (A rogue Kenyan Police officer based in Pangani Police station, Nairobi County) and Abdulkarim Massoud (A Kenyan intelligence officer based in Nairobi), defrauded me, a U.S businessman Sh1.8M in the pretext of selling the complaint a business entity in Pangani.
The business in question was initially being operated by one Abdulkarim Massoud, who made his intention of selling it known.
I was enticed by the lucrative deal, little did I know that I was signing a contract inviting untold suffering and tribulations in my life. Fast forward, I agreed to purchase the business and sent a cumulative sum of Sh1.8 Million via RTGS (Direct Bank Transfer), to account #0100004637024 via STANBIC BANK KENYA.
The account to whose the amount was sent was neither Ahmed Rashid’s nor Abdulkarim Massoud, but the latter’s wife (Abdulkarim’s Massoud Wife) who acted as a proxy in the deal. Two (2) months after the purchase, my business premise, to whose ownership he had been granted, got raided by Ahmed Rashid and Abdulkarim Massoud.
The duo tried to extort money from me in a bid for him to keep the business, but when I declined to oblige to their demands, I was finally thrown out of the premises and assaulted.
The premise was then taken over by Abdullahi Hassan Adan alias (aka) Shahiyo, a Somali illegal immigrant in Kenya, who also happens to be Ahmed Rashid’s cousin. Almost feeling defeated.
I was granted a court order to take his goods worth Sh1.3M. In the course of them mishandling me, in the pretext of selling a business, I ended up being extorted by the duo (Ahmed and Abdulkarim as accomplices) and a proxy (Abdulkarim’s wife) for the bank transfer.
Later after being kicked out of the premise, Ahmed Rashid’s cousin took over as a proxy in order to cover up their direct involvement
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