The residents of Nyakoe location have decried the high rate of telephone wires vandalism in the area.They said that if the Kenya Power and Litghtning company will not put security measures in place,they risked experiencing more problems related to night robberies."Criminals will hide in the dark to rob us of our property."Said John Monari.photo:Electrucal wires Vandalism.
Following the complaints,the area chairman for Nyumba Kumi Mr.Patrick Omuko has issued a stern warning to the suspects."When we shall arrest any of them,we shall fine them double the damage to serve an example of any other law defaulters."He warned.Imuko was addressing the villagers who held and emergency meeting to the deliberate in the matter.photo:Village meeting.
The chairman named the main affected areas like Bombeta,Iranda and Bogesa.He appealed to the residents to be keepers of their brother adding that security was a collective responsibility."Without security,there will be no any other possible progress in the community,"informed.The chairman said that the vandalism had affected many households that had resorted to use mobile phone lights to conduct basic faimily duties.photo:Household woman.
Omuko's concern comes barely a week after the Kisii county governor James Ongwae shed tears over excessive interference of the street lights in all major trading centres of the county .He said that was done by by people of bad intentions"In the name of God I have done alot to benefit our people with ekectricity for business but there are those who hate development.'He remarked.He asked the residents to take care of the electrical wires in the county for their own economic progress.
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