Detectives in the Pangani area have detained a black eyed gang member and a member of a notorious gang that terrorizes residents of Nairobi in a photo. A Kenyan blogger named GK Malema posted the news report online via Facebook's social media network. A botched robbery and a phone theft are allegedly committed by the thug.
In spite of ongoing anti-crime efforts nationwide, this just occurred. Earlier this week, interior cabinet professor Kithure Kindiki assured Kenyans that police are making every effort to deal with notorious gangsters all over the nation.
Nairobi has a history of crime-related insecurity, including robberies that target large numbers of victims in broad daylight. In anticipation of being prosecuted by the law, several people have so far been detained around the nation.
On social media, Kenyans have expressed a variety of perspectives and ideas about a recent news story in which several netizens praised detectives for their efforts to reduce crime. Following are a few of the responses from Kenyan internet users:
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