How do police handle insecurity cases.

Waimiri E Kariuki


Citizens in Ongata Rongai who said YES to reporting insecurity cases agree that 11.1% of their population were served immediatly by police, 37.04% of the population say tht even though they reported their cases on time it took a while for them to be served by the police.on the other hand, the remaining population with a percentage of 51.85 do agree that tere was completly no response by the police.



Reporting an insecurity case

Waimiri E Kariuki


People in Ongata Rongai do not report an insecurity case. this is evident in this survey monkey analysis where 32.65% of the population say that they do report most of their insecurity cases to the police. on the other hand, only 67.35% of the citizens in Ongata Rongai handle insecurity issues  by themselves and police get to know about it through rumours.

Residents are not sure if the police are curbing insecurity

Anitah Auma

August 15,2016


Residents in Ongata-Rongai have expressed worries over the recent wave of insecurity in the county,48.43% of the residents are not sure if the police are doing something to curb insecurity in the county,25.53% says that the police are doing nothing to curb insecurity and 34.04% says that the police are doing their best to prevent insecurity.Insecurity in Kajiado county is affecting job creation and its not conducive to investment,the insecurity menace has been scaring away investors due to loss of confidence in the stability of Kajiado county economy.Policemen deployed in towns,but few who are mandated to patrol the region and beef up security in our villages sleep on their jobs and others are compromised by wrong doers,the end product of this is insecurity,and this is the main reason why most residents are not sure whether the police are doing their job.The county and the national government still has a lot to do in a quest to secure its citizens and safeguard its economy.


Most crimes in Ongata- Rongai are not reported

Anitah Auma

August 16,2016



A survey conducted showed that most people do not report insecurity cases.Almost all crimes become known to the police because citizens usually report them,in this role as gatekeepers ,victims weigh their concerns about injustice ,their own security and the security of the community.People do not report such cases  where they believe that against the costs of reporting the crime,the police are unlikely to arrest the offender or return stolen property and the notion that involvement in the criminal justice process is time consuming and possibly humiliating. Less than half of insecurity crimes are reported to the police and reporting is most likely violent rather than property crimes or crimes involving a weapon.



Digitized Generation

Elsie Nkirote

August 16, 2016


Many people nowadays use their phone to perform many tasks as compared to the earlier days where the phone was mostly used for minimal functions such as calling and texting. according to a survey conducted many people access information from their phones since its easy to carry around.

The so called smartphones have done it all,one can read newspapers online and you do not have to buy a newspaper hence the people who sell newspapers make low sales throughout the day. As compared to other means of getting information the phone is mostly preferred as you can do many stuff on the phone such as tweeting, whatsapp and internet surfing.

Shoes are the key in basketball

Waimiri E Kariuki


It’s the offseason. That means one of two things: AAU or club basketball is here. There’s a reason basketball players have coined the phrases “ball above all” or “ball is life.” They have no offseason — they play all season.”Here are the top shoes that will keep you playing at an elite level all spring long and beyond,” said
Nike Kobe

“Featuring ever-popular Flyweave technology, the Kobe Mentality II has an ultra-durable construction that will last all year long with a sleek, two-fade color scheme. The second iteration of the Mentality comes in a low-profile design for less bulk, less weight, and flexible support. Keep your feet dry and locked in all game long with formfitting and breathable stretch mesh. The time-tested Lunarlon foam provides an on-court feel while returning responsive energy with every step. Shed your skin and hop in the snake-,”inspired Kobe Mentality II.
Under Armour Fire Shot

“Under Armour is no stranger to performance basketball shoes, and its latest release is true to its category: performance. The Fire Shot upper features a form-fitting, compression ankle support for comprehensive protection and a full range of motion. A light and responsive Micro G sock liner is great for any player because it molds to your foot, while the design looks like a high-top, but plays like low-top. Stay on your feet with an injection-molded outsole featuring spider web traction for enhanced multi-directional movement, control, and grip. And just because it’s a performance shoe doesn’t mean it doesn’t look good. The Fire Shot is fashionably reflective and comes in over a dozen colors (including collegiate styles). Set fire to the floor this club season with the all-new UA Fire Shot.

Keenans success

Keenan Reynolds set numerous records as a quarterback at Navy. Now in his new home of Baltimore, he’ll have to adjust accordingly to life as a wide receiver and kick returner.

Hopefully leading the Midshipmen to 11 wins (the most in program history) in 2015, finishing third in last year’s Heisman Trophy race and breaking the FBS record for career touchdowns has built up enough good will with Charm City football fans considering an admission he made during a post-practice press conference on the first day of the Ravens’ two-day rookie minicamp Friday.

Ward played quarterback, running back and wide receiver at the University of Georgia before becoming the Pittsburgh Steelers’ all-time leading receiver, much to the chagrin of Ravens fans. Ward only returned one punt and eight kickoff returns in his NFL career, however.

Reynolds, who was drafted in the sixth round (182nd overall), also spoke to former Washington Redskins, Philadelphia Eagles and New York Giants return specialist Brian Mitchell, who played quarterback at University of Southwestern Louisiana, now University of Louisiana-Lafayette.

Mitchell played a big part in Reynolds’s selection, according to’s Peter King.

Two interesting things about this pick: GM Ozzie Newsome and assistant GM Eric DeCosta saw Reynolds at his lone post-season showcase, the East-West Shrine Game, in a practice just before he strained a hamstring—and they were impressed with the traits punt-returners need to have: short-area quickness and sure hands. Reynolds couldn’t work at full speed for several weeks after that, so some teams cooled on him. And when the Ravens heard on the morning of the draft that he’d been working out learning the return game with Brian Mitchell, one of the great returners ever, John Harbaugh called Mitchell on the morning of the draft. Mitchell, who was coached by Harbaugh with the Eagles a few years back, said he thought Reynolds could be a gifted returner.

Mitchell said on Comcast SportsNet Mid-Atlantic on Friday that Reynolds has already overcome the biggest challenge of “forgetting about being a quarterback” and now has to focus on reading punters and reacting naturally like a returner should. Mitchell said when Harbaugh called, he told the Ravens head coach “I think he’s light years ahead of me where I was coming out of college because no one told me I was going to be a punt returner.”

When Harbaugh pressed Mitchell and asked if he would draft Reynolds if he had a pick, Mitchell replied: “Hell yeah.” Keenan has really made it big this time.