Several weeks ago, Nairobi's Killer Cop Hessy wa Dandora took to social media throwing a warning shot at a rogue Dandora thug.
The young man only identified as Geoffrey Onyango is suspected to have beeen terrozing locals through robbery.
However, according to nrws just in Onyango who was involved in deadly gang attack had died at the kenyatta hospital.
It has emerged that the rogue criminal was involved in a fierce fight with his colleagues on sharing a stolen loot.
He was rushed to Mama Lucy hospital for treatment, only to later be reffered to Kenyatta Hospital where hr was pronounced dead.
Onyango suffered several stab wounds during the attack..
Lately, the number of criminal activities around the country have increased to a worrying trend.
A majority of these criminals have been gunned down by authorities with a number spending time behind bars.
Police officers have working round the clock to ensure that kenyans get adequate security across the board.
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