Dreaded crime burster releases chilling message to criminals in Nairobi CBD
Through a post on Facebook, Hessy noted that he had received reports that several Nairobi streets had been taken over by thugs, promising that he would be bringing the show to the doorstep of the criminals.
Among the streets mentioned are Luthuli Avenue, Accra Road, the area around the National Archives and Odeon Cinema which are allegedly taken over by thugs as from 8 PM.
His chilling post read in part that “Luthuli Avenue, Archives, Accra kwa corner na Odeon hapo kwa choo leo naleta show to your backyards.
"Naskia hawa wajinga waliamulia watu hizo area. Kutoka 8pm hakukaliki”.
IG Boinet speak on Hessy Wa Dandora
Last month, Inspector General of Police Joseph Boinett responded to claims that Hessy Wa Dandora is a police officer.
In an interview on Citizen TV’s JKL, the IG stated that he was aware of “some fellow who posts a lot of stuff on social media but I dont know what that viewer means when he talks about that chap having lots of security intelligence. No he is not one of our police officers. He’s just an excitable chap who seems to have a lot of interest in security issues”.
Hessy affirmed Boinnet's comments with a post that read: “Don’t ask me if I am a police officer or not because the issue was clarified the other day by the Inspector General of police himself…
I’m a civilian with great interest in matters of security, kindly get satisfied with that or if I may ask, what did you expect the IG to say?"
Police warn of three suspected criminals operating in Nairobi CBD
His chilling warning come barely a month after Police alerted members of the public to be on the look-out for three suspects believed to be behind several crimes in the Nairobi CBD.
Police identified Godfrey Sangare Ambani, John Mikia Kamau and Duncan Ndegwa Githinga as the key suspects, urging the public to immediately report to the police should they spot the suspects.
“They have also carried out robberies of clients who have just withdrawn money from their banks.
“We call upon members of the public to immediately alert the police should they spot him or get robbed on the streets,” their statement read in part.