'Nairobi killer cop' Blackest widow exposed three notorious and most wanted criminals giving residents sleepless nights.
The cop took it online and uncovered the faces and names of the three. According to the source, one of them by the name of Sheriff is a mastermind thief who steals with violence.
Another one by the name of Madeno is said to be a gangsta operating with the Nairobi CBD stealing from innocent Kenyans and causing harm to them. He is said to be in possession of dangerous weapons which he uses in his missions.
The last individual Nijel is believed to be operating in slums and Nairobi estates such as Dagoreti, he is also armed and well connected to many series of crimes in Nairobi.
Reports revealed that the three are among a notorious criminal by the name of Kiarie who was ganged down by detectives few day ago in the areas of Dagoreti.
The cop warned them and asked them to surrender to a nearby police station before they face the full force of law.
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