Kenyans took on social media faulting the high rate of corruption that has taken root in the country by rallying behind an alleged thief caught on Camera while disappearing with iron sheets sophisticated from a construction site along Mombasa Road.
According to NTV Kenya Facebook post, it was hilarious figuring how the man crossed the road running and never even cautious of the upcoming motor vehicles which ontensiby were over speeding on the Mombasa Road highway.
In response, netizens were not shocked by the incidence instead they faulted the extend of rot terming the stolen Mabatis as looted. Some even humorously termed it as proper utilisation of the resources.
One Peters Mutinda says He's had so much zeal, that even on coming cars feared him, it's proper utilisation of resources. Another Clement Kamunge comically says what's the purpose of construction site which is to expand the road and why limit the expansion using iron sheets as the taxpayer is helping the government and did not need any Chinese brain as Kubai Ann Mwendwa states that the man did good and excellent work in keeping the Iron Sheets in a safe manner, and adds that he should be paid then she wonders why this man should be aired out on a broadcast given the many looters in this country that go unnoticed with properties worth a lot.
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