Wednesday, September 26, 2007
Fake Notes On The Increase
One of the sure signs that there is an election around the corner is when we suddenly get flooded with fake notes.
My information is that there has been a very sharp increase in fake local currency circulating in the market. High on the list this time round are Kshs 200 notes which many unsuspecting Kenyans do not look at too carefully—at least not in the same way that they look at Kshs 1,000 notes.
The fake notes are also getting better and better and much more difficult to detect.
So why should fake notes increase when elections are around the corner?
A reader gave us a theory here last year about how politicians and thugs are very closely linked and are sometimes the same people. By the way another sign that an election is imminent is a dramatic increase in armed robberies including bank robberies.
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Posted by Chris at 12:13 PM