The country experienced blackout last week due to the vandalised national infrastructure by unknown people who the president termed as criminals who should be charged with treason.
During the search at the famous Gikomba market in Nairobi county, detectives established that Kenya power and lighting company items worth millions of dollars had been hidden and sold inside the market.
During the pass out parade at the Kenya police training college headquarters, president Uhuru Kenyatta ban the selling of screp metals for unknown period of time in order to curb the rate at which government infrastructure projects were being vandalised.
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