Social media influencer and comedian Timothy Kimani known by the skits name Njugush reported today morning at the central police station after being robbed yesterday night on his way from work.
On his Instagram story, the comedian narrated how he was outshined in what seemed like an attempt to help a middle-aged woman in need.
Njugush narrates that around midnight as he was driving along the university way, he came across a middle-aged woman limping. He halted down to talk to her and after a little convincing he got out of the car to see how she could help her only for two other guys to come in from the co-drivers side. They joined him and told him to drive around the city as they ransacked his car only to find costumes. Lucky for him he was left unhurt but reveals he was traumatized.
He, therefore, urges his fans to be keen on the streets around the city.They snatched his phone, forced him to give his pin, and drained his M-pesa balance. As they alighted he speed off to the central police station to report the crime.
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