Five gangs have been shot dead by police at Makhokho Ikolomani on the Kakamega Kisumu highway while in the mission of going to perform crime in Kakamega county.
According to the post report that was shared through social media platforms by Hessy Wa Dadora, the five suspects were armed with modern weapons like guns and had various electronic gadgets like smartphones, charger, police attires and many more other things.
The electronic gadgets are believed to be stolen from innocent Kenyans.
The rate of crime activities have increased at a higher rate since the outbreak of Covid 19 in this country. Some young people have been left jobless hence involving themselves in that dangerous act to sustain their lives.
Kenyans on social media have elicited mixed reactions on that incident whereby some section of Kenyans are Cogragulating DCI on their good work that they have done on dealing with crime by shooting those suspects.
Other netizens also have condemned that act by saying killing of thugs is not a good option and have urged DCI to find other alternatives ways to deal with crimes.
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