Government To Use This Method To Deal With Banditry
Set a thief to catch a thief, the government want to come up with new ways to deal with bandits in the North rift kenya. The commander in the region Jacob Ouma has Said to the civilians that any body who will surrender they guns will be recruited by the government to serve in the national police reserve.
REVEALED: "Use a Bandit to Catch a Bandit" What Turkana County now want to Use to End Banditry
According to the Daily Nation Newspaper, Turkana County in Kenya is considering a plan to use reformed bandits to help hunt down other criminals. The government has offered amnesty to civilians who surrender their illegal firearms and may incorporate them into the National Police Reservists (NPR) Corps.
In Nairobi, ten bodaboda drivers were arrested for holding illegal demonstrations
Police in Nairobi have detained at least ten bodaboda drivers. The bodaboda riders were conducting an illegal parade, according to Starehe Deputy County Commissioner Jacob Ouma. According to sources, the operators were complaining about supposed government harassment. Those in the sector, however, should go through the correct processes to have their concerns addressed, according to Ouma.
'My Wife Lost Interest In Me After I Send Her Ksh 3 On Mpesa' Ouma Opens Up
During the morning patanisho show at Radio Jambo with Gidi and Ghost, a concerned man called and sought to be reconciled with his wife whom they had separated last year. In a story published on Facebook by Radio Jambo, the man named Jacob Ouma explained how he was struggling financially while married to his wife and how he did menial jobs to help ends met.