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How mystery cops are helping reformed criminals

The fight against crime requires the society to join hands and curse it strongly

One of the youth under the police radar. He has been asked by Hesy wa Dandora to change

As they say the power towards change demands joined hands that work together to see we have a safer and sound society.

According to a mystery cop who operates under the account Blackest Widow, those who dropped out of school and joined criminals gangs due to lack of school fees, should surrender and go back to school.

He added that they have an initiative that will see people contribute money to help them go back to school.


“Am glad to say that this program has helped one boy whom I talked of last time atarudi shule next week (covering the entire year na shopping). (Kama we ni kijanaa..unaiba na unajua ulikua poa kimasomo ni fees ilikosa,rudi home sasa..We will changa na urudi shule.) Posted Blackest Widow.

He added that for crime to come to end in our societies, people must join hands together and say no to it.

“We all hate crime with passion coz no one knows atakutwa lini. A way to reduce crime in our societies is by we joining hands together and saying no!!”Posted Blackest widow.

The police officers also promised to lobby for support for those youth who have talents and are ready to reform.


“Even if you have talent we will consider you like SPARTA VINNIE (Atakama una talanta-we will consider you-SPARTA VINNIE (This is the boy who has been behind the comics of hessy's) kazi nzuri unafanya and am working on that” revealed the mystery cop.

Those willing to contribute can be able to do so through the following avenues.

“Wazazi let's contribute 20bob pekee and you'll agree with me kuna mabadiliko

To donate on Safaricom: Go to MPESA Select Lipa na M-PESA Enter Paybill 891300 Account 12574 (Applies for both airtel and safcom)

Ole wako wewe utakataa ku-CHANGE



Blackest widow’s post on Facebook

You can help change the society by sending the idle youths in our estates back to school.


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