Numerous GSU trucks have been spotted at the Westlands Expressway exit. This comes barely a few hours after police in Nakuru County arrested a man they say is the ring leader of the dreaded ‘Confirm’ gang. The gang has been blamed for a number of murders and muggings in the town.
Nakuru County Police Commander Peter Mwanzo says, the suspect was nailed following intelligence reports.
Nakuru County Police Commander Peter Mwanzo, while briefing the media, further said that there was tension in several parts of Nakuru and promised to deploy heavy security teams in the region. Mwanzo promised Nakuru residents that they will ensure every citizen is safe.
"I want to promise you that from today, you will see the presence of the government. If you want to see the might of the government you will see it beginning today until the election day and after the election. We will deploy 'Fanya Fujo Uone' security team. We have information that after things became hot in Nakuru, the gangs have relocated and some of them have reached Molo. What we have done in Nakuru we will ensure we have done the same in whole of Rift Valley to smoke out these criminals." Nakuru County Police Commander Peter Mwanzo stated.
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