A politician lost Ksh1 million a few minutes after he withdrew the money from a bank in Narok County.
An Occurrence Book (OB) number shared on Friday, December 3, detailed that, Kuya Ole Kijabe, the Member of County Assembly (MCA) for Kimindet Ward in Transmara South, was trailed by a black motor vehicle before being ambushed and robbed of the money.
According to the MCA he was accompanied by his driver to the said bank where he withdrew 1 million shillings cash.
Later the duo drove to one of the local hotels where he wad going to meet several of his friends.
Unknowingly, the MCA left his bag inside the vehicle and went inside, according to eyewitnesses there was a Nissan note parked opposite his vehicle.
Minutes after a pep talk inside the MCA went back to his vehicle and was hit by shock of his life.
His money was missing along with his bag, locals however gave detectives who visited the scene the plate number for the said car.
Police are investigating the incident with clues revealing it might have been an inside jpb, Bank staff and sme of his close allies are being questioned.
This incident comes at the back drop of some shocking bank robberies.
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