Crime is a vice that for a long time security enforcers, politicians as well as Kenyan citizens were for a long time and still working tooth to nail in eradicating completely from the society.
Nairobi has been for a long time a hub of dangerous criminals. Many of them live and undertake their evil activities within or without the vicinity of Nairobi city.
It is unfortunate as a group of well known criminals are involved in invoking fear into Nairobi residents. Through a post from a police officer in Nairobi, he says that these gangmen have been threatening people and telling them how they're ready to do anything and they won't bother rotting in jail.
In turn in a video posted by this police officer, one of these gangmen is seen to be thoroughly beaten after attempting to threaten people in the city. Here's the link to the video.https://www.facebook.com/groups/2735416276579795/permalink/3849707828483962/
One advice to the youth is that you should work for your living and leave aside criminal activities. That is when the country will go ahead.
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