Nairobi residents have raised concerns over the rising cases of insecurity, including the coming back of dreaded criminal gangs.
They prey on unsuspecting target who are often terrorized and robbed.
The gangs are everywhere from the central bussiness district to the streets of Kayole and Kibra, Dandora and Kamukunji.
Some of the gangs are specialized in bank robbery while others are taking on Matatus to target commuters.
Some only focus on general theft including muggling and burglary.
These gangs have been making life a living hell for most of the residents where these gangs are located.
Police have been blaming parents for not giving the right guidance to their children. Meanwhile parents have also been blaming police for not putting on tough measures to prevent the occurrence of these criminal activities.
The authorities are encouraged to create jobs for the youth as many of these criminal gangs are formed as a result of high unemployment rate which later turn to more creation of criminal gangs.
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