Top crime buster Hesy Wa Dandora has responded to a TV documentary aired on a local news network that has sparked outrage and panic among Kenyan's. The documentary which exposes rogue cops who are said to be hiring fire arms to criminal gangs in various estates in the city includes Dandora where Hesy is stationed.
According to a Facebook post by Hesy on Nairobi Crime Free Society, the cop responded on the killing of a criminal named Mwas who was exclusively mentioned as having been used by Purity Mwambia to source a firearm from a crooked policeman. But Hesy Wa Dandora has refuted claims that the gun was hired from his police station and urged journalist Purity not to soil Dandora police officers names.
The undercover officer further clarified that most of the weapons that criminals used from Dandora were either robbed or forcefully taken from police officers where even 2 officers were killed and their guns stolen. Hesy Wa Dandora also reiterated that a few bad police officers should not warrant that all are bad, he insisted that Purity should have followed due diligence and seek more clarification from the senior officers at Dandora Police Station on the criminals profile.
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