The Nakuru gang that has been killing women has been busted by detectives. They were seized in their hideouts by police, according to reports.
As described by their senior gang members, Confirm gang members are largely unemployed teenagers living in the informal settlements who desire a luxury lifestyle.
New recruits are utilized to rob unsuspecting victims of their phones, identity cards, and other valuables..
However, new information has emerged about the gang's exploitation of women and politicians to conduct their affairs.
They also use women to transfer their weapons and drugs, including as bhang, cocaine, hashish, and jet fuel, around their regions of operations.
Additionally, the gang employs women as spies whenever police vehicles are observed in the area.
Politicians are the weakest link.
The research identifies politicians as one of the weakest connections in efforts to destroy the gang because they bail them out of police cells when they are detained, and they also hire lawyers to represent them when they are charged.
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