In Nairobi, crime is getting worse in day out . In Nairobi's CBD, in nearby commercial areas, and along streets, there are increasingly more frequent muggings, shootings, and stabbings that occur in broad daylight. Let's apparently concentrate on a well-known crime fighter in Nairobi who many goons feared.
To goons, his presence was illusion but to the people of Kangemi, Kawangware, Dandora and Dagorreti he was a loved and respected person. Sam Ogero nicknamed Mkisii used to go undercover often in his operation to trace notorious killer criminals. According to residents, Ogero dressed often like a Masaai watchman, a roast maize seller, a hawker or a matatu tout or even a woman and would just hide his face to avoid being noticed. Due to success of these covert techniques, several criminals in Nairobi were apprehended. When he apprehends a thug, he takes them to their parents and pays for their transportation to get them out of the city so they might attempt other worthwhile pursuits. If he detains you once more, it won't be business as usual; in Nairobi, he frequently executed audacious thugs. standard, as a source.
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