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The Mungiki Gang.

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Trinity Harris

on 17 September 2013

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Transcript of The Mungiki Gang.

The Mungiki Gang.
Locations And Members ?
The Mungiki Gang is located in the slums of Nairobi, Kenya. There are about 100,000 members in the gang.
What Happens To Members That Act Up ?
If a member in the gang acts up or disobeys an order. Other members are allowed to cut off their heads , and publicly display them in the plays where the incident happen.
Conclusion !
The Mungiki Gang is a very dangerous gang that I would not want to run in to.
The Mungiki Gang.
The Mungiki Gang, is a terrorist group and a banned criminal orginization also known as The Kenya Mafia , Kenya's Cosa Nostra , and Yakuza are a politico-religious group. They are also one of the most dangerous gangs in the world.
Origin Of The Mungiki Gang.
The Mungiki Gang formed in Kenya, in the late 1980's. The group began as a local militia in the highlands to protect Kikuyu farmers in disputes over land with Maasai and with forces loyal to the government, which was dominated by the Kalenjin tribe at the time.
What type of clothing is worn by the gang ?
The Mungiki Gang does not represent themselves with clothing. They represent themselves by walking around with severd human heads on a stick.
Known For ?
The Mungiki Gang is known for their dreadlocks and a practice of bathing in blood ...
The Mungiki Gang participate in murders and other violent crimes.
Illegal Activities...
Reference Page.
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