Residents of Mathare are currently living in fear due to the increasing rate of crime that has left several locals nursing serious injuries and at the same time dead after being Stabbed by these thugs.
In a video that has since gone viral and is still making rounds on different social media accounts after being uploaded by one of the witnesses who recorded the incident, a woman could be seen shouting for help after being attacked in broad daylight.
However, what's so surprising is the fact that despite the numerous attempts of the woman to call for help, other residents continued to go by their daily activities with none of them even lifting a finger to try and help the victim.
This incident has however sparked alot of reactions from Kenyans who seemed to have different opinions and suggestions on the matter.
With a section of Kenyans calling these residents out for not helping, others went ahead and claimed that these was the right thing to do because according to them, most residents are afraid of these criminals.
This is happening at the same time when one of the most feared undercover police officer who goes by the name of Hessy Wa Dandora has called upon parents urging them to make sure they track their kids daily activities because most of them aren't what they claim to be.
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