The increasing insecurity levels in the country have been a major cause for concern with many Kenyans losing their valuable properties to thieves who do not want to work like other people.
According to Mr. Nyakwira had returned to his house in South Slums from work when he noticed that his padlock had been destroyed. He immediately knew thieves had broken into his house and stolen his valuables.
He was however shocked to find the perpetrator soundly asleep in his bed. The suspect had covered himself with his blanket and was busy snoozing in wonderland.
He immediately asked for help from neighbors who called the police and the man was arrested. It was later established that the man had broken into several other houses in the area looking for valuables.
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