Poice officers managed to arrest a young man aged 17 years who has been connecting himself with Mombasa gang terror. The young man was picked by police from his home ground after citizens gave out reports to police. The 17 years old boy was helping Mombasa terror gang to steal from common citizens.
The Cabinet Secretary Ministry of Interior and Coordination of National Government Dr. Fred Matiangi and Inspector General of the National Police Service, Mr.Hilary Mutyambai, led a delegation of senior officers to assess the security situation in Nakuru County yesterday. The meeting came amid concerns about soaring levels of insecurity caused by criminal gangs. Dr Matiang’i chaired a high-level meeting with the region’s security team aimed at assessing recent events and coming up with strategies to avert
On Tuesday evening, Police on a security mission to enable an auctioneer to recover Sh4.9 million stumbled upon 22 assorted guns and more than 500 bullets in a shocking discovery. The officers were on site to help an auctioneer recover some Sh4.9 million from a tenant who had defaulted on rent.
DCI Deploys Anti-Terror Police Unit-ATPU To Hunt Down Man After Weapons Were Discovered In His House
DCI has confirmed the deployments of its Anti-terror police unit (ATPU) to hunt down a man after dangerous weapons were discovered in his house. Ken Wycliff Okello Lugwili, the proprietor of Vic. Technologies Limited had allegedly defaulted rent in Kilimani, Nairobi County, forcing his landlord, Mr Ballon Wanjala Nangalama, to seek a court order allowing him to break into the premises.
Hillary Mutyambai was born in 1964 in Mwala, Machakos county. He is the country’s Inspector General of Police (IG) having succeeded Joseph Kipchirchir Boinnet. He is the third IG under the 2010 Kenyan constitution. The first was David Kimaiyo, who resigned hours after terrorists attacked a quarry in Mandera and killed 36 Kenyans who were asleep in their tents.
Recently an armed robbers shot two people dead in Nairobi. The two Sophia Gathoni Maina and Paul were going about their business. In a video that surfaced on the internet , the woman is seen trying to resist the attack as the robbery shot her . She succumbed to gunshot injuries in the intensive Care Unit .
The Directorate of Criminal Investigations(DCI) boss George Kinoti has completed his five day long visit to the INTERPOL headquarters in Lyon, France. Mr. Kinoti had attended the 214th INTERPOL Executive Commission session which takes place three times a year. The committee is in charge of supervising the execution of general Assembly's decisions and the administration work of the general secretariat.
Twist in Kilimani Tycoon's Gun Saga after It Emerges Lugwil was Involved in a Over Ksh 100m Fake USD Saga
Earlier on today, there was drama in Kilimani after flying Squad Detectives recovered over 22 assort rifles from a house rented by one of the city Tycoon's. According to sources, a landlord identified as Balon Wanjala obtained a court order to help him obtain several items from ken Lugwili's house to settle some rent arrears owing to around four million.
CCTV footage showed the suspect's face terrorizing a woman during a robbery incident. The suspect, according to DCI, is thought to be one of the thugs that prey on M-Pesa stores in Nairobi and the surrounding areas. "The thug is a member of a larger, deadly group that used weapons to target M-Pesa stores in Adams Market. The Saturday shooting claimed the lives of two persons, according to a tweet by DCI. The man could be seen purchasing a bottle of water from the location in a CCTV video that the detectives
Drama was experienced in Embakasi, Nairobi County as two bar waitresses forget over a police officer attached to the Kware police station leaving him with several injuries, according to the reports the incident occurred on Saturday evening 19th of June 2022. After a long week of working, the Kware police officer decided to spend his weekend at a nearby bar commonly known as the Villa police station canteen.
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Police officers in Nairobi stumbled on guns 22 guns and more than 500 bullets while enforcing an auctioneering to Ken Lugwili, a tenant who had failed to pay his rent. This shocking discovery by police took place at Kilimani Area in Nairobi county. It is reported that Lugwili had accumulated Sh4,962,990 in rent which he had not paid to Ballon Wanjala Nangalama, the owner of the apartments he was staying. The weapons which the police officers discovered include 25 pistol holster, dozens of magazine carriers,
Police have opened an investigation. [Source/newyorktimes.com] Law enforcement officers in London have shot dead a man they say was responsible for a spree of deadly stabbings in the city, the Guardian Newspaper has reported. Witnesses say that the man who was armed with a machete was chased by plain-clothed law enforcement officers who shot him along Streatham High Road.
Detectives from the Anti-Terror police unit, ATPU have launched a serious manhunt to smoke out a suspect whose house an armory stocked with lethal weapons and hundreds of ammunition were recovered in Kilimani, Nairobi. Ken Lungwili Wycliffe Okello, the proprietor of Vic Technologies Company for the longest time has failed to pay his monthly rent forcing the landlord, Balon Wanjala to seek court orders to break into the premises.
DCI Detectives have asked for assistance from Kenyans to identify and report a Man residing in Kilimani area of Nairobi County and who is currently on the run after being found in possession of very dangerous weapons which were piled up in His House, and suspected to be used to terrorize residents.
A police officer based at Kware Police Station, Embakasi was attacked and injured by a waiter while enjoying his night on Saturday night, 19 June. According to the Directorate of Criminal Investigation's(DCI) report, the officer(whose name was not disclosed) left his work place to enjoy the night drinking at the Villa Police Station canteen.
Azimio La Umoja One Kenya Coalition, Presidential candidate Raila Odinga is promising to introduce livestock insurance cover for farmers in pastoral areas, to cushion them against losses caused by effects of climate change if elected president in the August polls. Speaking in Baragoi, Samburu county, Raila said the move will also enhance security in the region that has witnessed decades of cattle rustling.
Former Prime minister Hon Raila Odinga, a presidential candidate for the Azimio La Umoja One Kenya Coalition has pledged to offer livestock insurance coverage for farmers in pastoral areas to protect them against losses brought on by the effects of climate change if elected has president on August. Raila claimed in a speech made in Baragoi, Samburu county, that the action will help improve security in the area which has long been a target of livestock rustling.
On Wednesday, detectives at Anti-Terrorism Police Unit arrested man found in possession of deadly weapons and ammunition in a house in Kilimani area, Nairobi County. Ken Wycliff Okello Lugwili surrendered to the police shortly after DCI detectives launched a manhunt for him. Lugwili is said to be a firearms dealer but his certificate of registration expired in 2018.
Billionaire businessman Jimi Wanjigi was arrested following an arrest warrant issued by a Nairobi Magistrate's Court on Tuesday. The arrest came after a standoff lasting several hours at his offices along General Mathenge Drive in Westlands, Nairobi, during which officers from the Police Counter Terrorism Unit (APTU) broke into one buildings premises to get your hands on Wanjigi.