Police officials insist the force investigates reported complaints and reports of corruption, while officers on the ground say they are exposed to violent crime on a regular basis.
Not everyone thought that Kim should let Kenya slide.
At brunch, Phaedra Parks and Ne Ne Leakes encouraged Kim to be more forceful with Kenya. Phaedra compared Kenya to a bully whose face needs to be punched, as well as a rattlesnake whose head needs to be cut off.
She chastised Kenya for how she was treating Kim and for pulling out Kim’s chair, when she was still sitting on it, earlier in the trip. Shockingly, Kenya did apologize, albeit grudgingly.
'Personally I always said no to crime,' says Kiru, who buys and sells second-hand goods and picks up occasional work as a minibus driver to feed his two daughters and send them to school.
As the papal plane trundled across the tarmac, a Kenyan and a Vatican flag flying from the front, crowds decked in brightly-coloured clothes, arms around each other's shoulders, bounced up and down waiting for the plane to halt.
The pontiff, who will also visit Uganda and troubled Central African Republic (CAR) before flying back to Rome on Monday, is expected to call for the need to address inequality to ensure peace and end conflict.'I go with joy to meet Kenyans, Ugandans and our brothers in Central Africa,' he said during the flight to Kenya, where he played down fears for his safety, joking he was 'more worried about the mosquitoes.'A packed schedule will see the pope visit a Nairobi slum, a shrine to Christian martyrs in Uganda and both a mosque and a refugee camp in CAR.Alice said that her partner was killed in a shoot-out five years ago.It left her with no means to support herself and her newborn baby son, so she started working as a prostitute.Claire, 17, said she has been a sex worker since she was 14.One Korogocho man says his 20-year-old son was killed during a police operation last year.'It never ends well if you choose to become a criminal.