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On Wednesday, 8th June, 2016 our offices were raided by representatives of the Kenya Copyright Board accompanied by police officers. Consequently, they confiscated four I-Macs, two laptops and equipment within our premises in line with a court order issued by Senior Principal Magistrate Hon. E. K. Usui on Monday, 7th June 2016.

Being a law abiding company we complied with the court order, and the matter has been taken up by our lawyers who will pursue the matter in accordance with the law. This notwithstanding, we would like to assure our partners and clients that all our business operations will continue to run seamlessly.

We are aware that there have been various communications circulating on social media, and we wish to categorically state that our official position is as contained herein.

Since our establishment in October 2002, Saracen Media OMD has grown to be a leading media and communications planning agency in East Africa with offices in Kenya, Uganda, and Tanzania. As an affiliate to the world’s largest marketing communications network, we uphold global standards in our corporate philosophy of integrity and accountability to our clients and we pride ourselves in our youthful, dynamic, and highly competent team.

We are committed to upholding the highest ethical business standards and will continue to do so as we seek to resolve this regrettable matter.

Lenny Nganga CEO

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On June 8, 2016

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  • Teddy Kalanda

    Why did they confiscate you computers? Hope you be able to protect your content against your competitors. Good luck

  • Q-llen Kiama

    Thats very wrong. They should compensate you guys after things.

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