Bahati MP urges police to deal with dreaded gang terrorizing Nakuru residents

By Eliud Mwangi On Sun, 19 Apr, 2020 11:35 | < 1 min read
Kimani Ngunjiri
Bahati MP Kimani Ngunjiri at a past function. PHOTO | FILE

Bahati MP Kimani Ngunjiri has called on security agencies to take action against a criminal gang terrorizing residents in Nakuru County.

Speaking in Ndege Ndimu area within Bahati, Ngunjiri claimed that the notorious gang has spread its wings to his constituency.

Ngunjiri made the comments after a boda boda operator was found murdered and his mutilated body dumped near a residential area.

The incident is the second to happen in the area in a period of two weeks.

According to Ngunjiri, the murder is linked to the dreaded Confirmed gang.

Now, Ngunjiri now advises boda boda operators to record details of their passengers before at their respective stages as a way to protect themselves.

The local administrator, Bahati Deputy County Commissioner Mutua Kisilu, said police have launched investigations into the matter, adding that they have crucial leads that will result in the capture of the murder suspects.

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