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Fierce Cop Hessy warns outlawed Nakuru gangs terrorizing residents – Photos of gang leaders

Nakuru residents are living in fear, not knowing when the outlawed sects will strike again in the Kivumbini area. However, fierce cop, popularly known as Hessy, has issued a stern warning to the two rival groups, bringing a sense of security to residents.

Hessy took to social media, uploading the photos of the gangs’ leaders and giving them an ultimatum.

According to the fierce cop, the members should report to any police station within 12 hours after the post went live. Otherwise, the thugs will have to deal with Hessy, who promised the outcome wouldn’t be nice.

Hessy further insisted that the police will not sit and watch as criminals deny citizens peace. The fierce cop went on to announce that the police force has declared war on the outlawed gangs.

“LET ME MAKE THIS OPEN, AND IN AN UNDERSTANDING MANNER WE SHALL NOT SPARE ANY VIOLENT ROBBERS IN OUR COUNTRY, AND FOR THAT REASON WE HAVE DECLARED A TOTAL WAR AGAINST ANY GANG,” Hessy posted.

Further adding,

“THE ABOVE MENTIONED MONGOLOIDS HAVE LESS THAN 12HRS TO SURRENDER AT ANY POLICE STATION FAILURE TO THAT MTAJUA #NZI_ANAWEZA UNDA ASALI TAMU ZAIDI YA NYUKI…”

The rival gangs have been terrorizing Nakuru residents for some time now and became outlawed in 2017. After the cops declared war on them, the gangs split up and sought to control other areas of Nakuru Town.

Their recent clash led to two people losing their lives. According to reports, the two were from a rival gang.

Nakuru County Police Commander Stanley Kilonzi noted in June 2020 that the gangs comprise of very young people. According to him, the members ranged from 12-35 years.

According to witnesses, around 30 gang members stormed into the area during the rainy afternoon at 4 pm. They then went ahead and stabbed the two as residents watched, traumatized.

Here are some of the pictures of the gang leaders.

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