Kenyans have expressed their worries and concerns after seeing a video of young boys robbing a shop in Thika.
In the video, the older boy could be seen carrying a screw driver which he uses to destroy cctv cameras before robbing the shop.
While reacting to this incident, a lot of Kenyans have called upon the police to arrest these kids before the my get into the wrong hands of an angry mob who might harm them.
According to the reports given by most Kenyans, they called upon the police to arrest and take them in Juvenile before they get out of control.
Martin Muthuri -‘ Hivi ndio Wanaanzaga’ then you’ll hear parents claiming they’re innocent.
Jakes Muthoni- They should be taken to Juvenile or else.
Sharon Mbioli - Where are their parents, kids who know how to spot CCTV are not kids but thugs.
Mark Muhia - Great news, I hope that their parents will be shown this when they’re taken to the police station.
Lilian Wafula - I hope the parents take action before they get out of hand.
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