‘Nyumba Kumi’ Initiative Aids the Arrest of 15 People with Stolen Kenya Power Equipment

Kenya Power losing millions in transformer vandalism
Kenya Power losing millions in transformer vandalism
Kenya Power losing millions in transformer vandalism

OSINT SUMMARY

Wednesday 16th December 2015, fifteen people were arrested today in Kenya’s Murang’a Country with stolen transformers, aluminum conductors and services cables belonging to Kenya Power Company.

The following were nabbed following a tip-off from the members of the public.

Speaking at the crime scene, Kenya Power security manager Fredrick Ledelea lauded the members of public collaboration with state’s security agents in curbing crime.

The fifteen arrested people will be arraigned at Kigumo law courts in the County on Thursday 17th December 2015.

The Kenya power official lauded public collaboration in reporting crime that has seen number of vandalism and theft cases drop from 100 monthly two years ago to 17 cases.

The official noted that Nyumba Kumi initiative is yielding fruits as it has significantly helped weed out vandals.

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