The rate at which crime cases has gone so high in the country with Nairobi becoming worst has subjected thousands of kenyans to live with anxiety as they fear losing their lives. This has been evidenced with broad day light theft and robbery seen in Nairobi.
Addressing this ongoing incident in Nairobi County, Principals Secretary nominee for Interior honourable Raymond Omollo has revealed what President William Ruto should focus on to ensure this crime rates reduces.
First Omollo suggested that if Ruto's administration will not address the issues revolving around the Kenya's economy then they should forget about reduction of crime cases. In simple Language Raymond Wants president Ruto to reduce the cost of living standards so that people can put food on table hence people will not think of crime and robbery.
PS nominee also alleged that Ruto should address unemployment and underemployment issues, claiming that this will make youths find something to keep them busy hence eliminating idleness which is usually the main causes of crime and theft cases.
"If we don't address the issues around the state of the economy, unemployment and underemployment, we would be lying to ourselves that the rate of crime will go down. But this should not be an excuse for people to become criminals" Says Raymond. Do you think what Raymond suggests is the best way to curb this crime and insecurity issues in the country? Feel free to share your views and thoughts in the comment section below.
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