Category Archives: Crime in Kenya
Crime in Kenya is like wind that changes its course. The anguish of a moaning child torments the soul and mind of the unforgiving villager. “I can’t imagine such an inhuman act being committed to an innocent child,’ John a villager screams.
He had witnessed an incident where three people fled their homes in Kilifi County to avoid the arm of law catching up with them, after they allegedly defiled minors. They obviously fled after they new that law enforcers will be closing in on them.
‘The man left his residence in Kaloleni soon after committing the offence last weekend.’ A local newspaper reported.
Crime in Kenya – Lured his Victim
This criminal lured the girl aged 15, into a house at Kaloleni where he committed the obscene act. “These people must be put to death. I don’t think they deserve to live,” a village quipped. ‘We must not tolerate hilarious acts of Crime in Kenya,’ he said.
This incident was confirmed by Kilifi OCPD Clement Wangai, who further affirmed that they were trailing two other suspected defilers who have disappeared from their homes. Crime in Kenya is rampant as criminals have mastered the art of dogging law enforcers.
Drug Barons in Kenya? Do you ever wonder why some people manage to make International headlines? Aren’t they demagogues? Mention the phrase ‘Drug Barons in Kenya’
and you know what? Two things start revolving ecstatically in my mind.
Firstly, I imagine an exciting scenario of unfolding events of a thrilling and yet captivating movie that is reminiscent of Holly Wood scenes.’ I then anticipate a finale of the unknown. Oh my goodness! What’s it going to be? ‘Is it the making of a Hero or a Heroine, or the slain of a villain?’ It’s obviously not the Titanic.
Drug Barons in Kenya and the mystery of the narcotic gods and goddesses
I will be quick to retract the word, ‘exciting’, since it’s no longer a hidden truth that the mighty also cry and agonize. Drug Barons in Kenya have always been portrayed as mysterious gods and goddesses of narcotics. ‘It strikes me how untouchable some of these Lords can be’. For how long is this going to be?
How do I mean? And what then is the linkage in these mysteries of the narcotics?
Taking of Illegal Narcotics in Kenya has reached alarming proportions. People take Illegal Narcotics in Kenya for various reasons. Some just started as a joke with their peers, others out of mischief or boredom, frustrations especially in these harsh economic times, others started on them as prescription drugs and others because they have graduated to harder narcotics to have the desired effect.
It is amazing that Kenyans are voted the most optimistic people in the continent of Africa, while on the contrary the country is ranked high as a consistent haven of Corruption. Isn’t that a worrying trend, especially when Kenya is at the forefront in advocacy of a unified East African Community?
Corruption refers to any misuse of power or position of trust in order to gain an undue advantage. What does this really mean? In simple terms, if a person with responsibility or position of trust seeks or camouflages directly or indirectly to gain undue advantage over others then this abuse and conduct is Corruption.
We always want to give monstrous names to Corruption some will refer Corruption in Kenya as a huge mountain to climb, a beast that can never be killed and so on and so forth. Corruption comes in many forms such as cronyism, nepotism, extortion, patronage, bribery, graft, embezzlement, brain washing etc.
Corruption in Kenya is slowing the EAC from taking off
Recently, in a certain forum a senior Tanzanian government official was heard saying and I quote “Jumuia ya Afrika mashariki ni jambo zuri sana lakini, twaogopa wakenya wasije wakatunyanganye mashamba yetu, pia wasije kutuambukiza ukabila.” This means that Kenyans are likely to transfer their culture of tribalism and Corruption to the East African Community, and that they are potential land grabbers.