Nairobi's top cop and famous daring detective was involved in a deadly shootout with a gangster earlier in the day. The incident which took place around MYSA Grounds along Kangundo road left residents scampering for safety after a heavy shootout between Hesy Wa Dandora's team which included a police officer code named 'Saigon Punisher'.
According to a post by Hesy Wa Dandora on the Facebook page 'Nairobi Crime Free Society', the officer reported that he had given the gangster a warning on November 30 of the year 2020. The suspect named Abbas was given several warnings to surrender criminal activities which include armed robbery while possessing a fire arm.
In his company was an accomplice by the name Borte who managed to escape during the ensuing fire fight with the officer asking the suspect to return the other pistol which he is still holding onto. Hesy Wa Dandora has been instrumental in fighting armed criminals gangs in Nairobi's violent crime ridden estates.
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