Criminal cases have continued to rise as fresh details emerge on daily basis. It's too unfortunate that this happens as lady continue to be major victims of such scenarios. It was just the other day when a lady was arrested in Mandera having possession of grunnends and tear gas cans.
Surprisingly, a few hours ago, another lady has been revealed on the official Kenya Police Facebook page to be armed and dangerous to the public. It's too sad to see young innocent ladies end up into terrorist groups at such an age.
According to what was posted on the page, the Kenya Police page post claims that she injured children in Nairobi. It calls for public intervention and anyone who might have seen her should instantly report to the nearest police station.
She is called Gladys Jezebel Naliaka Nalianya according to how her name appears on the ID card.
Let's learn to be each other's keeper when it comes to such things.When you notice any dangerous person amongst us, let's learn to report instantly.
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