Insecurity in Nairobi and Surounding areas

Police have now become victims of escalating cold blood murders in Kenya and now the government is offering reward prizes to the citizens to turn in guns. This might be a difficult task to convince an ordinary mwananchi who knows of police brutality when one is trying to pass information to them.

At the same time we cannot dispute the rumor that the current insecurity is politically motivated, this being an election year most government officials will be leaving their jobs and are afraid some people might have more information than required so what they are doing is eliminating them before the time is over and information is passed on. So is current insecurity a result of corruption and inefficiency of the police force to fight the crime underground up? If the police force was not corrupt, and they treated all information they receive from the public with dignity rather than humiliation will things be different know?

This are just some of the questions we ask ourselves on daily basis, there need to be another form of reporting criminal activities to police rather than just calling and then being traced back by CID for further investigations. Also, Police should do their homework and treat everyone equally, so if the Mheshimiwa is the crook, then he should be treated like regular Kamau or Njoroge.

May God protect our country, for the leaders have failed, failed to provide the basic needs.

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