Ol Kalou Member of parliament David Kiaraho is the latest victim of a robbery in Nairobi city after well-armed robbers carjacked and robbed him of Sh 700,000 on Sunday night.
According to a credible news source from People's Daily, the MP is said to have been robbed as he was driving home from at around 2 am from a refreshment joint. The MP is said to have been waylaid at gunpoint at the junction of James Gichuru road and Waiyaki Way by a robber who ordered him to lower the window of his car. Immediately the robber was joined by his two accomplices who forced their way into the car and commanded the MP to drive towards the Muthiga area in Kikuyu.
It's reported that the trio took control of the car demanding the MP give them his ATM cards and cash. However, they ransacked the car and got Sh 700,000 under the driver's seat. Fortunately, the MP was abandoned at Miotoni in Karen in his car unhurt. Police have since launched the investigation as they try to nab the mastermind behind this incidence which has been rising recently.
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