Lack of employment has caused many people to engage in crimes. Most youths are idle, they don't have any source of income which make them to engage in criminal activities. Further more, there are majority who practice different activities such as trading or farming . Normally these youths are very innovative and creative as they make alot of money per day.Nowadays fraudsters are using different tricks to steal from the innocent people. They normally guess any Safaricom Number and make a call. They will introduce themselves as Safaricom Customer cares and ask for personal information such as Identification number (ID), Mpesa pin or SIM card pin. Normally some innocent Kenyans give out their personal details.These criminals use the information given to register new SIM card or swap the number. After swapping they can make any transactions from the victims Mpesa directly. These criminals should be traced and arrested. Remember also to keep your personal details secretfull.
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