Police at Kamukunji police station have been linked to supporting popular con artist in Nairobi Metropolitan. According to an investigation done by KTN News, the police are seen taking bribes from different con station in order to spare the business.
The video seen on Standard digital explains the deep Secret and tricks that the thieves are using to steal from poor Kenyans. One witness claims that the thieves usually makes about KSH.500,000 a day which they share with some police who will give them immunity in return.
The detailed information shows how some young girls were tricked and conned of their hard earned money. The first girl was conned her KSH.5,500 which she had received as salary and she was going to pay for her son's school fees. They were helped by the journalist who was investigating and they were able to recover KSH.3,400.
Another girl explained that they conned her 1,500 which she was supposed to do shopping for school. She also sought the help of the journalist who went with her to the police station and she was able to recover all her money.
The OCPD at Kamukunji police station claimed that police who were seen in the video will face the law. He congratulated the journalist for his work well done and promised to take action to those who will be found guilty.
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