Cases of theft robbery and violence has always been the talk of the day in Kenya. This happens as major cities like Nairobi have continued to emerge as the most endangered places ever. The streets and corridors have become worse as people continue to lose property to cruel thugs.
Vedio Link(Long press this link and open via Facebook please): https://www.facebook.com/sioy.mbisse/videos/4572843536065707/?app=fbl
As this happens, there is a vedio that has surfaced the media about a group of thugs who robbed a man in broad day light. The incident took place at Nairobi Mlango Kubwa estate within Nairobi. According to what was captured in CCTV cameras, the robbers could be seen approaching the man before they left with some of his valuables.
It could be seen that two thugs approached the person from the front. However, within seconds, another thug approached from behind and the three started robbing the man. The worst thing is that the robbery took place at the glare of the public.
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