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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.
Crime in Kenya can be the greatest nightmare that sends quivers all over, with the low and mighty affected in equal measures. ‘Oh! Not again! Criminals are here! Crime is everywhere’. It is haunting us like a plague’. You can meet this statement in every household.
Crime is conventionally defined as the breach of rules or laws for which laws some governing authority can ultimately prescribe a conviction. Crime in Kenya is a major threat to international and domestic investors.
In the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court – crime on humanity‘’ are a particular odious offences in that they constitute a serious attack on human dignity or grave humiliation or degradation of one or more human beings.