Kenyans have been urged to keep car windows closed at all times while traveling to different parts of the country. This According to the reports given by the police is a safety measure that stops suspects from Snatching and stealing from unsuspecting drivers and passengers.
Taking to their different social media accounts to show why Kenyans are always advised to close their windows, Nairobi Gossip Club has shared a video of a suspected Thug Snatching phone from a motorist who is left Shouting for help as the suspect Flees from the crime scene leaving the scared victim.
In the Video, a man could be seen Snatching a mobile phone from a motorist in a red vehicle before running from the crime scene, using the traffic congestion to his benefit. Surprisingly, Kenyans who saw the incident did not chase the suspect, they watched him leave.
While reacting to this incident, Kenyans who took to their different social media accounts to express their opinions on the matter have called upon the government to do something about the increasing number of Thugs who have been doing this by Deploying more police officers on the ground to deal with the increasing number of Thugs on the ground.
According to the reports given by most Kenyans, they claimed that it is so unfortunate that the National Police Service is yet to do this even though Kenyans are being Robbed in different parts of the country, daily by suspects who don't seem to care.
The government should have its officers on the ground. Let us not have a government that waits until people are killed before they decide to take action against some individuals.
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