Domestic violence is a leading cause of homicide, particularly among women. It occurs when a partner or family member uses physical, emotional, or sexual abuse to control and dominate another person. Gang violence: Gang-related homicides are a significant problem in Kenya and many cities worldwide.
Kenya’s criminal networks are dominated by smaller groups that engage in a variety of illegal activities, including drug trafficking, human trafficking, human smuggling, commodity smuggling, cattle rustling, extortion, burglary, robbery, money laundering, executions, and assassinations.
- House break-ins. A big percentage of Kenyans do not have access to arms
- Armed robberies. When guns land in the wrong hands, people suffer and pay for it.
- Mob justice
- Massive looting
- Cattle Rustling
In Nairobi the causes of all these crimes are namely Poverty, Low levels of Education, Easy access to fire arms, Drugs and alcohol, Peer influence and Urbanization and Child abuse.
But the question to security department is, do they implement this or do they close their eyes and fill their stomachs every day with bribe?
People’s lives are perishing every day, political leaders only talk but there is no action, during the funerals, leaders make fake promises to ensure that the person who carried out the brutal act of murder like Roysambu case will be arrested and justice will be found.
But after that the leaders forget and move on with their lives. families being left with scars of unforgettable pain because of how their loved ones ware killed.
It’s time for Kenyans and allied organizations to wake up and put an end to the cases of arbitrary killings in the country.