Stop Crime Kenya (StoCK) is campaigning against the criminals who make a fortune smuggling and selling illicit goods. They include extremist groups who use the revenue to finance terrorist atrocities.
StoCK will work to raise awareness of how organised syndicates are looting the nation, and seek to ensure they’re prosecuted and locked up behind bars once and for all.
chairman of Stop Crime Kenya
Stephen Mutoro is a seasoned governance, consumer and other human rights campaigner and defender. His experience spans more than 25 years of organizing, mobilizing and executing public-interest interventions around consumer welfare, service delivery, anti-corruption, human safety and partnerships against organized crime. He has worked for Nairobi Central Business District Association (NCBDA), the Kenya Alliance of Resident Associations (Kara) and currently as the Secretary General of the Consumers Federation of Kenya (Cofek).
He says: “Criminals in illicit trade are looting billions and endangering every honest Kenyan. Stop Crime Kenya is campaigning against this scourge and is seeking justice and security for all hard-working citizens.”
leader of Stop Crime Kenya
Yusuf Abramjee is the founder of the influential civil society group Tax Justice South Africa (TJSA). As one of South Africa’s leading social activists, the former journalist has dedicated his career to fighting crime. He is Vice President of Crime Stoppers International, Ambassador for #TurnBackCrime and head of #MakeSASafe. He was also the head of Crime Line,South Africa’s award-winning anonymous tip-off initiative that led to thousands of arrests and the seizure of millions of rand worth of illicit goods.
He says: “Illicit trade is an international problem that requires an international solution. TJSA is delighted to share knowledge and support with Stop Crime Kenya, our partner in the crucial battle against this deadly scourge.”