Criminal activities in the country have been on the rise in recent months with several incidents of Robbery reported across the country. The biggest hub for criminal gangs so far has proven to be Nairobi with Locals enduring a tough time at the hands of these merciless criminals.
Over the years, the month of December has often been associated with increased criminal activities with many criminal gangs keen to fetch a fortune in preparation for Christmas celebrations.
According to security reports, the country has witnessed an increase in criminal activities as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic with many Youths losing their Joe and thus turning to criminal activities as a source of livelihood.
Nairobi's killer cop Hessy Wa Dandora alongside his group has now been called to attention after another video emerged online of a criminal gang Robbing a man and a woman in Kinoo.
In the video, the man is seen receiving a bag of valuables before two criminals jump into action. One of the criminals is seen holding a Ceska Pistol and manages to take the bag away from the lady. The lady attempts to call for help only for the gang to return and gunshots are heard. According to the source of the video, the lady is recovering in the hospital.
The video will no doubt help Hessy and his crew to catch these dangerous criminals who have been causing residents of Nairobi sleepless nights.
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