It is alleged that the Sudanese refugees who were taken to Kapsoya estate in Eldoret has turned the the highly ranked estate in Eldoret to be a crime scene. Speaking to the Nation the area elder Ms Atieno told the media that especially the children of the Sudanese and other youth are doing so badly in the area.
She told the media that there are several of them who are in the estate illegally. They do not have passport meaning they kust sneaked into the country until they found themselves in Kapsoya. She also said that the young men are always figting in the streets.
They are said to be violent people and whenever they are arrested for issues like fighting they get released and they go back to the same mistakes. It is also alleged that they are used to drug traffic amongst themselves and other people in the area.
They are also acused of stealing of phones in the area and sheep which she alleged that they usually slaughter and eat. She alleged that im most christmas holidays the rate of crime tends to increase. She urged the government to relocate all those without passports to Kakuma refugee camp and the remaining will be accounted for.
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