Bernard Momanyi drove to the station on a fine day and fuelled full tank.His car was a Toyota model and for such a vehicle, a full tank goes for an equivalent of Ksh 7,900.Here is where the icing on the cake is.The guy after his car received the services pretended to pay the money through MPesa.
The fraudster later cancelled the transaction on his phone and this was very unfortunate.After doing that he drove away never to go back to the station.The matter was reported to the Kamagambo Police Station but the guy has not been traced.
Osoro resorted to sharing the incident with other kenyans through the Sikika Road Safety page.Here are some of the reactions from Kenyans on Facebook.
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