How do you sustain a million shilling extortion scheme? Through Brutalizing and killing those you wish to extort. That is exactly what our investigation into corruption within Nairobi’s City Inspectorate has uncovered. Take a look at the witness accounts and evidence of systematic brutality on episode three of ‘Kanjo Kingdom’.
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