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Scam African Energy job notices

It has come to our attention that a scam is circulating in East Africa claiming that African Energy is offering jobs in the region through a company that says it is the East Africa office of African Energy.

African Energy does not have an office in the region and is not advertising any job vacancies.

Any job vacancy notices we issue will be posted on our African Energy ( www.africa-energy.com ) and Cross-border Information ( www.crossborderinformation.com ) websites.

The letter we have seen includes an unauthorised use of the African Energy logo and lists an incorrect London office address and email address.

The address of the bogus company is listed on the letter we have seen as:

African Energy (RW)
KN 5 Rd, KG 9 Ave
P. O. Box: 3251,
Kigali,
Rwanda
Telephone: (250) 7612580;
Mob: (256) 751559639
energyprojectsafrica@gmail.com

Other bogus contact numbers listed:

+250 782328741 (Kinyarwanda)
+250 754481608 (French)
+256 777336975 or +256751559639

Individuals mentioned in correspondences as associated with the bogus company include:

Norbet Sebishaga T

Juvenile Muhumuza
Company Secretary

Wycliff, Brian or Catherine (no last names supplied)

These individuals are not known to African Energy or its parent company Cross-border Information.

If you have any concerns or require any further clarification please direct your queries to consult@africa-energy.com

 

 

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