Nairobi to survey crime hotspots, Kidero assures

Nairobi City County government plans to undertake a second comprehensive crime survey to map out crime hotspots.

Governor Evans Kidero said safety and security are pre-requisites for a healthy investment climate and supports city residents to access the opportunities that authorities provide.

Speaking during the launch of a report on the state of urban security by Safetipin yesterday, Kidero said the results of the survey is what led to the recent formation of the Safer Nairobi Initiative. “Safety is a fundamental pillar in urban prosperity. Both real and perceived safety affects relationships between citizens, businesses and authorities. Safety helps to build trust, happiness and ultimately the livability of cities,”

said Kidero.

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