Several cases of students missing from home also school in Kuresoi south at been quite alarming. According to the residents they claimed that they have lost several properties at homes which includes; expensive bangles, cups and also money. This results has been coursed by the introduction of the gambling machines that has been placed in the region. However, the police Commander of Nakuru decided to cut short this habit of gambling in Kuresoi south when he burns down several lottery machines. He claimed that most of the students are not attending school simply because they consume their time in gambling.
Furthermore, he warn those who are establishing this machine on the region will be punished accordingly. He claimed that those who intend to open such business should put restriction to avoid misleading the children who are ready to learn. The parents of the children in the region congratulated the area chief for and police commander for taking a good step to save their children who had engaged in gambling.
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