Hesy wa Dandora Captures Four Young Thugs In Dandora, Exposes How They Carry Knives
By Obedee | self meida writer
Published 24 days ago - 13959 views
Crime has been on increase since the year started. Each and every day we hear about robbery that happens in many major towns in the country. The most affected county is Nairobi where phone theft is on a high note. These thugs are using stolen phones as their means of living after selling them.
Some few hours ago, Hesy wa dandora has posted photos of four young boys who are known to be notorious in Dandora for their theft activities. The four boys were caught today in Dandora phase two. They operate around powerline 41 and cinema ya chini areas.
The boys names were Christopher kulema, Kelvin Ndung'u, Pau and richard maina. Among the four boys, christopher was carrying a knife that he was carrying in a new way that thugs are using to carry knives nowadays.(Photo| courtesy)(Photo| courtesy)
The knife which was of a big size was placed in the inside a pocket of a jacket in a vertical way. Hesy wa dandora together with his team are therefore doing a great job in a move to stop crime in Nairobi city and its environs.(Source screenshot)
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