Photo Courtesy. Sheila Kiguta
Cyberbullying continues to be a major problem for many social media users with many people struggling to find required peace in online spaces. Earlier today, another Kenyan has expressed fear for his life after someone threatened to kill her.
The criminal by the name of benzo has been threatening people Netizens on Twitter. He identifies himself as a robber who owns a gun.
In one of the texts that he sent to her target, he promised to send her Ksh 10,000 once she succeeds in a Robbery job that he was planning with his gang. According to him, the job should yield Ksh 300000 which they were going to split among the five gang members.
He went ahead to confess that he will be the one holding the gun during the robbery. He started threatening the lady after she turned him down. He vowed to look for her and abuse her before killing her.
Kenyans are now pleading with relevant authorities to track him down and arrest him. The incident has happened a few days after the Psycho threatened to kill a popular model called Sheila Kiguta who hails from Nakuru.
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