I assume you have heard alot of myths on how people survive in Kenya's capital City that many currently reffer it as 'Nairobery'.
In that connection, a video has been going viral that was captured in one of the many ghettos in Nairobi whereby, three men are mercilessly seen robbing an innocent Kenyan in broad daylight in a busy street.
The three men are seen halting a man who was definitely minding his own business and robs him everything he had including his phone, wallet and other personal items while in the middle of the road.
Althrough-allong, other people including grownups and children are seen watching the whole account from a distance with none of them attempting to rescue the victim.
After robbing him everything, the three men walk majestically like nothing has happened leaving the victim staring at them.
This is a clear indication that joblessness has left many with no other option but rob with violence.
The alarming rate of insecurity in Kenya is definitely on another level despite the fact politicians have been making us sing in their choirs of 'I'll create more jobs'.
What do you think about such scenarios? Do you think the Government should intervene and tighten the state of security in Nairobi ghettos?
You may watch the video through this link below;
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