Criminal activities have been on the rise and more questions keep on coming about unexplained killings. Yesterday CS Interior Fred Matiang'i barred police officers from dating each other with aim of reducing homicides. These could be a pisitive move but who will marry or get married to someone with a gun. Tough days are coming in the police sector and this alone might see less recruits next year.
There has been more crimes apart from killings. Fraudsters are all over and during this pandemic people are looking for money with all means they can. DCI Kinoti warned young greedy women who want to leave lavishly without working hard. According to DCI Kinoti report he warned this group of ladies stating that majority had been coned and they need to be careful. Here is the full report,
"DCI is cautioning young ladies on social media, to be wary of fraudsters who prey on them with promises of good life abroad, but end up being swindled their hard earned money. This is after our counterparts based at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport, became alarmed due to the.."
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