Hessy wa Dandora warns Standard Media Group

The cop who has been warning criminals on Facebook was angered by a controversial piece by Standard which suggested...

Pictures used by the Standard on justification of using Social media in warning criminals

Recently Police officers have been using social Media to warn criminals advising them to change for the better or else go down. Those who have adhered to the call are safe but those who ignores the call and continue harassing innocent people have been gunned down.

But according to the officers who are in charge of bring order to the society, the media on the other hand is trying to sabotage their efforts by raising unnecessary questions.

Hessy Wa Dandora the Mystery cop has warned the Standard Newspaper after they raised a question of whether it is justified for the Police to use social media to warn and Kill criminals.

Giving his response to the question, Hessy advised that it is high time the media start to teach youths the negative impacts of engaging in criminal activities not asking if police are justified to use social media to fight crimes.

He added that they will use every means possible in fighting criminals as they are not useful to the society in any why.

“This is the time u should be advertising articles in BOLD LETTERS to teach youths the negative impacts of engaging in criminal activities not asking if police are justified to use social media to fight crimes” advised Hessy wa Dandora.

He added that he will not answer the questions raised concerning the justification of using social media but he will ensure criminals are dealt with properly.

“I WILL NOT ANSWER THIZ QUESTION but i MUST have something to tell u media pple: the war on crime is live, nd we will use any possible way to bring down criminals even if it means using POISON to kill them: coz they're NOT USEFUL to us in any way: thiz is the time u shld be advertising articles in BOLD LETTERS to teach youths the negative impacts of engaging in criminal activities not asking if police are justified to use social media to fight crimes! Which interest do u have in thiz criminal activities???? Y do u create controversial topics in ua newspapers??? WEZI WA KIMABAVU, WATAJIPANGA THIZ TIME ROUND!!!!!” Posted Hessy Wa Dandora.

It is high time that the youth should change their ways and start engaging in positive activities and hustling in the right way.

Crime does not pay and as they say those who live by the gun will die by the gun. Change your ways for a better tomorrow.

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