|Heavily Armed GSU Officer's/Photo for Illustration Purposes Only|
Just after the public uproar on increasing cases of muggings and robbery in the Capital city, of Nairobi, the National Police Service has swiftly moved to secure Kenyans before the matter gets out of hand.
Earlier today, the NPS poured a 'lethal' police force GSU in the city of Nairobi to curb the soaring crime wave and a re-known lawyer has come to confirm that the city is under heavy patrol.
Taking to his media timeline, Lawyer Wahome Thuku has revealed a meeting with one of his friends who is a General Service Unit (GSU) Officer patrolling in the city while in plain clothes. The GSU officers are said to be working while in plain clothes to evade getting easily getting detected by criminals who have recently been terrorizing the city residents day and night. Wahome also advises the bodaboda riders to stop if ordered to do so since it is security officials who are on patrol.
"No, the GSU are not in uniform, they are in plain clothes. I just met a friend of mine on patrol. Wakikusimamisha ukiwa na bodaboda usimame pliz, kama hutaki kumalizwa. Hao si kanjoo," Lawyer Wahome Thuku says.
As a result, Kenyans are now anticipating the restoration of order and dignity in the city which hosts many offices and businesses of many people around the world.
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