Insecurity in eastlands areas is not something new, it has been highlighted several times, but it is like this thugs are not ready to change and they are indeed stealing from innocent Kenyans, who are struggling to put atleast something on their table.
I want to thank Hessy Wa Dandora and the team, at least insecurity cases in Dandora have reduced. Now Mwiki, Kasarani and Sunton are hotspots. Most people have been complaining of this areas, it is like the thugs from Dandora have invaded this estates and they are really Robbing the residents.
Here is a recent post that has been made by one of the Facebook residents from this estates, and he has testified that insecurity is on the rise, and even pleaded with the police to do something.
I have personally, heard more than 10 cases of people complaining of being robbed while in these estates. This young boys are armed with guns, which makes it difficult for someone to resist. Here are some of the comments from the Facebook Netizens.
Please security team do your work, we are tired of battling with tough economic and thieves, please do something.
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