Seven people fled the dragnet, while three were captured by the police. The suspects were found to be carrying extremely sharp knives that were concealed beneath their pants.
One suspect, who was freed from prison a month ago, however, confused the police.
According to detectives, the ex-felon may have been the mastermind behind robberies that took place in the Huruma and Mathare neighborhoods.
According to reports, the primary suspect and ten other people robbed the Huruma Nursing staff member while stabbing him with a knife. However, the police received no formal complaints.
Kindiki informed the violent gangs harassing Nairobi City's residents that the government will target them.
We have heard you, youngsters who have dared the administration, and we are immediately coming in force, he proclaimed.
On November 28, Kindiki made a spur-of-the-moment trip to parts of Nairobi's central business district that were known as hotspots for muggings, stabbings, and other crimes in an effort to enforce his directive.
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