Emerging details this late evening reveals that six terrorist who have been terrorizing Kenyans in the City have been arrested in the streets of Nairobi. This has come after the Interior Cabinet Secretary Hon Kithure Kindiki announced thorough inspection of terrorist in the streets of Nairobi after several cases of robbing were reported.
Following the reports, it reveals that the six robbery suspects are being detained by police in Kasarani. This come after the security raid in santon. Further it is revealed that the suspected robbers were found in possession of guns and nine phones.
"Majambazi wanaswa Nairobi. Washukiwa sita wa ujambazi wanazuiliwa na polisi Kasarani. Hii ni baada ya kukamatwa wakati wa msako wa usalama Santon. Washukiwa hao sita walipatikana wakiwa na bunduki na simu tisa." ~ Citizen TV Kenya.
Following this, the security officers have called upon the public to work together with the security officers and anyone with relevant information which can help in investigation should report it to the nearest police station.
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