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"Mguu Niponye" Evening Drama As Several Fake Cripples Run From the Police as 80 Others are Arrested

Police officers from Mombasa have today arrested over 80 fake handicapped beggars within the streets of Mombasa after launching a man hunt for a group of fake beggars who they claimed have been extorting money from unsuspecting kenyans.

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Addressing this issue, one of the police officers who facilitated this search claimed that they did so because some of the alleged beggars often turn into Thugs at night. In his own words, he said that they were going to make sure that they arrest all the suspects who will be charged in the court of law.

While reacting to this incident, kenyans who took to their different social media accounts to express their opinions and suggestions on the matter have called upon the police urging them to charge the suspects without metrcy on claims that they were taking advantage of genuine beggars who need help. For most Kenyans are they claimed that this was not okay.

Jane Muthoni who expressed her disappointments and dissatisfactions has called upon the police to charge the suspect without mercy, in her comment, she claimed that this was one of the reasons why most people don't help genuine beggars.

Anthony Njoro who also expressed his concerns after the incident claimed that their feet should be broken in order for them to be what they wanted, Cripples.

County council officers from Mombasa have managed to arrest over 80 beggars who were operating within the streets of Mombasa. According to the reports given by the police, they revealed that several suspects fled from their spots after seeing them. Addressing this issue, one of the police officers said that they decided to do this because some of these beggars often turn into criminals in the night falls.

The suspects who were arrested were later taken to the police station for more investigation and questioning after which they will be arraigned in a court of law.

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