Several Kenyan drivers have fallen prey of car jackers who have always used different methods of luring them into traps before jacking them off their cars.
In Kenya, the outskirts of Nairobi City have always recorded a rise in number of car jacking which have been facilitated due to security breaches.
Today, Sikika road safety podcast have shared a message on new methods car jackers have started using to lure their victims into their traps.
According to the reliable podcast, car jackers are alleged to be stuffing nails in oranges and placing them by the road side.
These tactic ensures that the vehicle tires are flattened or some times most of the drivers might make a stop to pick the free oranges placed by the road side.
Drivers have been warned to never stop and pick them nor run over them because they will be in big trouble.
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