Nairobi's crime hotspots have been identified by the National Police Service, and the general public has been advised to stay away from them at all costs.
The NPS stated in a report on Monday that their data showed that the criminals are committing their crimes against all people, residential areas, and businesses, including M Pesa stores.
It also demonstrated that both during the day and at night, people were robbed.
The Thika highway, the Drive-In overpass to KCA, the KCA underpass, and the Total exit are among the sites that have been marked.
Also mentioned are Globe Cinema and Kipande Road.Along Waiyaki Way, there are also ABC Place and Kangemi, as well as areas of the CBD like River Road, Archives, Kirinyaga road, and Fig Tree.The Service claimed that the gangs are responsible for violent robberies, carjackings, assaults, homicides, and break-ins.
NPS also suggested a few steps to ensure public safety.It advised pedestrians to be mindful of their surroundings, pay attention to parked cars and people loitering nearby, and to avoid walking alone in the dark.
The statement emphasized, "Try as much as possible to get home before dark."
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