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Escalating Cases of Insecurity in Oloosirkon (Tuala) and Surrounding Areas, Including Major Vandalism of SGR Infrastructure

by Paul Nyongesa
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Written By: Oloosirkon Residents Association

With reference to the subject above, we, the residents of Oloosirkon within Kajiado East, Isinya Sub-County, wish to bring to your attention the escalating cases of insecurity in our area – commonly known as Tuala and the surrounding areas.

Numerous incidents of metal vandalism, scrap metal dealing with stolen property and theft of private property ranging from valuable pieces of equipment like wheelbarrows and metal pipes, reinforcements as well as livestock, have been reported at diverse times, as and when they occur, to the local police station and the provincial administration, whereas some cases are never reported for a number of reasons.

These cases have either been handled carelessly, unprofessionally or been dismissed as a result of lack of proper and professional investigation leading to arrest and prosecution of the perpetrators.

This could be attributed to lack of a department of criminal investigation department within the local police station among other reasons.
The purpose of the letter therefore is to bring to your attention that these crime activities are taking place in broad day light, and administration appears helpless against this spate of insecurity.

As of the time of writing this letter, several portions of the SGR, being a critical government infrastructure have been vandalized and will continue to be vandalized as we watch helplessly.

The residents are worried about their security as this level of brazenness may soon result in robbery with violence cases joining the long list of unresolved crimes.

The Oloosirkon centre is rife with crime and criminal activities owing to proliferation of unlicensed businesses, ranging from Salons, Hotels, Bars, Miraa dens ,wines and spirits that run beyond the stipulated business hours (11pm ).

On the premise of the foregoing state of events and the casual approach by the administration, we urgently seek your intervention in arresting the situation and restoring calm in the area by way of;

1. Immediate overhaul of the current officers who have served for over 6 Years
2. Introduction of a Department of Criminal Investigation (DCI) unit
3. Closure of all Scape metal dealing outlets –Known outlets are 5
4. Screening of all businesses to weed out illegal and unlicensed businesses

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