There have been increasing of insecurities such as muggings, shootings and stabbings in broad daylight in Nairobi. Nairobi Central Business District (CBD) is not only for the working population but also for students who go to town campuses among others who commute to reach to their designated learning institutions. Apparently, right now, crime busters are everywhere not just during the night but also during the daytime guarding the residents. However, today let focus on a famous crime buster who many thugs were afraid of in Nairobi.
His presence sent shivers in thugs’ spines but to the residents of Mathare, Eastleigh, Mlango Kubwa and Pangani, he was Godsend due to his proven experience in crime tackling. Habel Mwareria as known as ‘Tyson’, kept hard-core criminals on the straight and narrow. If Tyson suspected notorious criminals, he would often go to their respective homes to warn them or advice the parents to relocate them to the upcountry. He used his tact to trace and detain notorious criminals who had kidnapped a child demanding a Sh250,000 ransom in Mathare North withinside Nairobi County.
Thugs believed the fearless police possessed supernatural powers because he moved like a ghost. The thugs hell was known for always having more than one pistol at a time. Habel Mwareria alias Tyson preferred patrolling alone in the hotspot areas and was every thug's worst nightmare. Due to his efficiency in crime busting, he was redeployed to the Tourism Police Unit where he serves. Source, Standard.
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