Criminal cases have continued to increase gradually on daily basis. This happens as more unemployed youths continue to join terrorism and gangster groups to find a source of living. This is something that has literally endangered the lives of so many people as most have always fell victims of this.
It's too unfortunate to come to our realization that very young energetic men joining such groups instead of finding something else. Major cities and towns like Nairobi have always had such people.
Now, as this happens, we are having a young gangster who was caught around St. Emmah School at Kerotop. According to the source, the gangster goes by the name Willy. He has always been arrested several times by the police but surprisingly released under unknown circumstances.
His precense in public has always been a major risk to people's lives. He has been attacking people around the route connecting Dandora and Lucky Summer. through the dump site and Kerotop.
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