Incidents where suspected thieves have been caught thanks to the powers of wizards have been on the rise in the recent past with the government urging Kenyans against procuring the services of such.
Picture courtesy. Image from the scene.
This afternoon, according to the available reliable reports that we have with us from Tala Town in Machakos County, an alleged television set thief is said to have been apprehended.
The alleged thief is said to have been arrested thanks to the services of a local black magician in the area as per the reports that we have with us from the area.
The thief was taken to the police station with his hands held high as residents bayed for his blood as per the reports that we have with us this afternoon.
Picture courtesy. Image from the scene in Tala Town.
The incident caused a lot of drama in Tala Town of Machakos County as the suspected TV thief was caught by alleged black magic powers.
The thief was taken to the police station in the area but it remains clear if he will be facing any criminal charges for the theft that had been reported by the residents.
The person whose TV had been stolen was also seen in the ensuing melee this afternoon that brought the affairs in the town to a standstill as per the reports that we have with us.
Such cases have been reported in the area before but residents are always asked to ensure that they do not take serious these cases.
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