After Embakasi residents complained due to insecurity issues in their area, the police officers have responded to the cases and arrested 16 suspected muggers in their hideout near Taj Mall underpass.
Adamson Bungei who is the Police Commander said that the suspects were armed with 37 knives, a toy pistol, 3 pangas, 6 scissors and 2 hammers.
“We have declared war on them, they will not continue harming innocent Kenyans as they go about their businesses,” Mr Bungei said.
During the raid by the police officers, they also seized a few meter boxes that belonged to Kenya power company, 158 rolls of bhang, 2 litres of chang’aa, 3 phones and a Zuku digital box. The Kenya Police are working day and night to ensure that Kenyans will move and conduct their business without any disturbances for the muggers in towns.
In the few past week, we have witnessed an increment of criminal activities in the city and towns. Prof Kindiki had issued a warning to all who wanted to take over the city and make it a crime centre. The government is working smart to ensure that safety is restored in Nairobi and other parts of the country.
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