SUSAN WONG

Susan Wong is the Editor of Capital Lifestyle, a resident photographer, an award-winning journalist, radio presenter, full-time adventurer, long-time admirer of anything edible, and a spicy food athlete at Capital FM.

  • Lucas

    I DO NOT UNDERSTAND WHY THE POLICE COMMISSIONER WOULD SHEEPISHLY POST MEAGRE NUMBERS OF SECURITY FORCES WITH MERE AK47 IN THIS REGION.
    PHUCK THESE SUCKERS AND BRING IN MASSIVE REINFORCEMENT AND SWAP WEAPONS. ANNIHILATE ANYTHING WALKING ON GROUND INCLUDING ANTS. CLEANSE THESE BASTARDS NOW!!! WACHA UJINGA HUU.

  • Tomkipelian

    What are the police when the al shaabab come to their camp,You mean their can just slept and relax without anything near the alshaabab border my goodness,how My country just place few individual to kept security in the place near the war zone I CANNOT UNDERSTAND.Mattew Iteere plz can you do something.including training some of us here to fight al shaabab.

    How can Al shaabab kill,destroy and take our brother to somalia in our soil and our country is made up of million youth you can do the jod for the goverment.

    POLICES PLZ THINK

  • Mazzdark

    The Provincial Security team in North Eastern have not realised that they are a frontier deployment on the frontline of a cross-border war, hence they approach staffing with a casual and laid-back attitude. It is time the Military took over, the Rural Border Patrol group should be placed under military command and military intelligence MUST WAKE UP….there is no way they could have failed to realise that the skirmishes in Bilis Qooqani a few days ago were the same group.

  • Mazzdark

    The Government of Kenya should consider recruiting and deploying ‘military irregulars (known as Militia)’ from the very many Kenyan youth willing to defend their country, this is also a warning to the so-called Mombasa Republican Council, we will resist your plans…WAZALENDO WAKENYA

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