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Insecurity has continued to ravage Nairobi estates and it's environs for quite a while now with cases sharply increasing during the covid 19 pandemic as a result of job losses.
Insecurity is no longer an issue for Nairobi residents anymore. Allan Mapigo Oburu a facebook user posted a rather sad message on Dandora Kayole Crime Free page. The unfortunate incident happened in Western part of Kenya in Busia county.
As reported by Allan, the incident took place in a down identified as Bumula in Ogina area where thugs allegedly shot and killed a civilian who was at his residence at the time.
Allan narrated how the thugs had trespassed at the deceased homestead before he confronted them demanding to know who they were. That's when the thugs opened fire on the deceased killing him on the spot.
This particular area (Ogina) has of late experienced a sharp increase in criminal activities as a result of an influx in illegal firearms. Allan is pleading with the authorities to act before another unfortunate incident similar to this one happens again.
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