A middle aged man has just been shot dead this afternoon at an equity Bank in Nairobi West. According to a statement issued by the Equity bank man is said to have been armed with a knife he tried to force entry into the bank an encounter which led to stabbing of one man who has been rushed to the hospital. The ma then tried to grab cash that was being brought in by a G4S officer, this was before the police officer on guard open fire killing the man immediately.
The Equity bank notes that this branch of the bank has closed for sometime to allow the security teams led by the local authorities to carry out their investigations.
There have increased rate of robberies some like this one very daring, a situation which could be associated with rised cost of living making individuals very depressed to a level of making dangerous decisions.
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