Photo Courtesy. Images were taken from previous incidents.
With the rising number of insecurity cases in the country, the government has been forced to take stun action against individuals who have been causing Kenyans sleepless nights with their unheralded appetite for other people's properties.
Many Youths have turned into Gangsters who have been terrorizing innocent Kenyans both day and night. On Sunday night three Notorious Gangsters were reportedly gunned down by a team of officers who had been on their trail for a while.
According to initial reports, the three had conducted a number of robberies since Friday. They had managed to rob a supermarket on Surtuday before trying their luck to carjack a woman motorist in Eldoret town on Sunday.
This was the end of the road for the three who were immediately gunned down by the Eagle-eyed sleuths. The government has remained insistent on its war against criminal activities in the country.
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