With the increase of criminal activity in the country most Kenyans especially motorist must heed this warning that was shared with us by a reliable source.
The various roads and streets of Nairobi has become a hotbed of criminal activity where criminal gangs lie in ambush. And wait for motorist and passerby so that they can Rob them of their valuables.
A source has revealed to us this particular red zone. The U-turn situated in Embakasi near Taj Mall is a potential threat to motorist as criminals wielding guns and other crude weapons hijack motorist.
The director of criminal investigation ( DCI) must take maximum action to weed out this vice witnessed in the area. Failure to which the spree of killings, abductions and even rape will continue to rise.
This comes barely a day when wines and spirits owner was shot four times by a gang of four brandishing AK-47 rifles. The incident which happened in Thika is still a case file that is open for investigations.
Public to remain cautious. And vigilant in order to assist police in the fight against criminals from the underworld.
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