There is increasing of insecurities in Nairobi especially along busy streets and commercial areas in the Nairobi Central Business District (CBD) where criminals are robbing and mugging residents in broad daylight. In Nairobi right now, security officers are everywhere guarding the residents and taming the thugs. Apparently, let focus on a notorious felon who terrorised residents of Nairobi.
Those who knew him avoided him because he would kill at the slightest provocation. Samuel as known as ‘Ngozi’ (skin) or Salim, Kimuiru was a city notorious no-nonsense criminal gangster and dangerous robber who terrorised residents of Nairobi especially in the Nairobi’s Eastlands areas. The hitman was nicknamed Ngozi (skin) because of his well-known trademark, cutting off skin from every victim after killing them. He was mostly hired by the politicians to intimidate people mostly their opponents.
One of the most notable crime Samuel Kimuiru and his daring accomplices did is when they stormed Gikomba Market within Nairobi City, fully armed with guns in broad daylight and robbed the second-hand clothes dealers money and mobile phones before getting away. But as the adage goes, he who lives by the sword dies by the sword, the dreaded hitman died by the sword in a dramatic cars chase.
Samuel Kimuiru alias Ngozi was finally caught up by the long arm of the law and gunned down by police officers along the Thika Superhighway after a dramatic car chase by police officers. Source, The African Crime And Conflict cover.
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