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How to report crime for free using your phone

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By Vincent Kejitan | April 17th 2020

Many people complain that reporting criminal activities can be difficult at times because some of the common telephone numbers given rarely go through.

There is a different way you can use to report any criminal related activity in your area and you can remain anonymous.

Through the Mulika App, you can report any suspicious activity via SMS for free.

You just have to follow the following steps:

  • Go to Messages on your phone and click on New Message
  • Enter the SMS number 988 and type in your report starting with your County Name, Sub County Name, Location and Village then your report in detail
  • Click SEND. This message is free of charge and your alert will be received by all senior county and sub-county officers including Police, NIS, CID and County Commissioner.

Your number will not be revealed to recipients but should you be open to be contacted to aid investigations you can include your contacts at the end of your message.

This platform can also be used to report someone who had been abroad recently but has refused to practice self-quarantine.


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