Dramatic incident has been reported in Nairobi after a group of Notorious gangsters pretending to be city city askaris confronted bodaboda rider during broad day light and later Speeding off with his high end bike. Cases of insecurity in major towns here in Kenya have been reported on a daily basis whereby most of these crime acts are associated with a higher number of youths pretending to be jobless.
Kenyan blogger, Robert Alai has shared a viral clip on Facebook representing that dramatic scene in Nairobi CBD and all conversations between the bike rider and those suspected notorious gangsters were fully recorded. In that shirt video clip the bike Owner is heard conversing with those notorious thugs by telling them if he could be allowed to adjust for them a neutral gear.
The gangsters are seen pretending to pull that high end bike to the nearest police station but suddenly one suspect board it and speeds off leaving the owner totally confused.
Click here to watch that video,
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