It is very unfortunate, the trend of teenagers engaging in serious crime is worrying, where did rain started beating us, who is to blame, parenting, schooling or entire society?
Teenagers lately have been leading in the list of criminals, this comes after police arrested five teenagers aged between 19 and 17 in Mombasa.
David Juma aka Devido aged 19, an ex convict of Shimo La Tewa prison, Marriam Ali aged 18, Kamanzi Kikoba aged 18 and a 17 year old juvenile locally known as Bibi ya OCS, married to a notorious wanted criminal known as Ali alias OCS.
The five teenagers were arrested in connection to the series of robberies that have hit the affluent Nyali suburb, in the coastal city of Mombasa.
Four of them is said to have been arrested after one of them was saved from the angry mob after he stole from one of the residents. The arrested suspect later mentioned his accomplishes to the police leading to their arrest.
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