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Criminal activities in the country are on the rise. To be specific, Nairobi is reportedly having the criminal cases rising at an alarming rate.
According to reports, most of the crimes are done within the Nairobi Central Business District (CBD) and the thugs still walk free. This is despite the fact that there are many police officers within the CBD.
The crimes happening in the CBD are reported to have started a while back, around 2013. It is sad considering that eight years later the problem has still not been solved.
Among the streets which are thought to be dangerous according to some Kenyans are the Moi Avenue and Tom Mboya streets.
Street kids and thugs are said to be harassing ladies in broad daylight along Moi Avenue. Snatching of phones has become a normalcy in the streets.
Police officers need to do something to ensure the criminals get arrested. What is your opinion regarding this matter? Comment down below.
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