The good news was passed to Kutus residents yesterday after Karanja Kibicho, the Interior PS confirmed to help end the gang causing them terror at night.
“I have heard about the insecurity state in Kutus and hopefully in a week’s time there will be a remarkable difference in the town,” Kibicho Assured.
The PS in his statement urged the residents of Kutus, one of the first growing towns in Kirinyaga, to respond on the case by working hand in hand with the security units in their attempt to put an end to the insecurity issues in the region that has really affected their normal activities.
These follows after the residents confirmed being forced to shut down their businesses by 6pm before dusk for the fear of being robbed by the Gangs.
Kirinyaga University students who are also reported to be the major targets for the gang, have also confirmed being robbed of their money, Phones and laptops.
Karachi Kibicho's message is a sigh of relief to the residents of Kutus and the students in the area especially those from Kirinyaga University.
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