Money and gold are the most precious items which are highly valued worldwide because of the great role they play in storing value and even as medium of exchange.
Locally, the two items attract alot of security so much so that even money on transit must be heavily guarded by armed Security teams because of the past experiences with thieves.
Nevertheless, there is a neighboring country where armed Security Officers have no job when it comes to safeguarding money and gold.
A report by citizen TV on Saturday revealed how money changers in Hargesia aren't bothered with security of their money to the extent that they can even go to the mosque to pray leaving their money in the open market.
Bales of money can be seen abandoned and even gold during the time of prayers as businessemen throng into mosque leaving Behind only one person to keep guard.
Businessesmen who talked to Citizen tv alluded this to absence of thieves in the country saying for a long time they haven't had any case of thieves.
Kenyans who reacted online appeared mesmerised given the rampant theft and mugging incidents locally.
Rotai Nobyy hilariously ipined that soon Kenyans will be moving to Somaliland to go and steal the gold.
Others however wished that such a thing happens here in Kenya whereby people's Property will be respected.
Below are the screenshots of their reactions on-line.
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