As a child, Joseph Kinyua was raised in Korogocho slums. He hails from a family with a poor background and his mother want keen on raising him. As a result he ended up keeping bad company and engaging in petty crime.
As time went by, Joseph continued to refine his criminal activities until he developed into a full blown gangster. Together with his ‘friends’ they would ruin people in their homes, business premises and even in the streets.
Despite making easy money this lifestyle was very dangerous. “Sometimes we would go to rob somewhere and have a shoot out with the police. In total I lost over 67 friends and even got shot in the hand at one time’ Joseph confessed
7 years ago he narrowly escaped death and he decided to turn a new life. He did this by heeding to the president’s amnesty call and surrendered all his weapons to the authorities. He also found Good and today he is a Returned Gangster who inspires many to shun crime.
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