June 20, 2024
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Tujibebe Wakenya Party leader William Kabogo has raised concern over the rampant robbery incidences witnessed within Nairobi and its outskirts.

This comes amidst public uproar in the past few months owing to rising cases of broad daylight stabbings, shootings, and murder across the country, blaming the National Police Service (NPS) for inaction.

Taking to social media on Sunday, the former Kiambu governor called on Kenyans to unite against crime and bring the perpetrators to book.

“We must now unite more than ever against crime. We cannot be spectators of criminal gangs terrorizing Kenyans as we watch,” he said on Twitter.

“We must take up our space and say enough is enough. If we don’t stop this now there’s gonna be a big problem for our country.”

Kabogo has earlier echoed his sentiments calling on President William Ruto to address the matter, lest more Kenyans fall victim to the robberies.

“This is the beginning of a very serious problem, if not dealt with ruthlessly, we’re in for big trouble as a nation. Rule of law is all we need period,” he posted in an earlier tweet.


President Ruto on his part has called the Inspector General of Police Japhet Koome to action and combat the criminal gangs.

After his swearing-in on Friday, November 11, Koome vowed to address the cases that continue to claim lives in different parts of the country.

“I’d like to tell all those crooks that are disturbing the peace by stealing, stabbing and shooting people that this will no longer happen under my watch. I will not sleep on the job,” said Koome.

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