After an incident in Shimo la Tewa whereby a bull was stolen by the thieves from a farmer, and the farmer vowed to reach them a lesson.
Witnesses in Trans Nzoia have broken silence after a man accused of stealing the cow started walking like a cow and eating grass along the Kitale-Eldoret Highway.
in a report released by K24 Digital, her are some of the comments from the witnesses regarding the bizarre behavior that was portrayed by the alleged suspect:
A witness by the name Peter Wafula, the alleged suspect is said to be in cohort with some thieves who have been terrorizing the villagers by stealing from their shops and homes.
It's no doubt that the Coronavirus pandemic has destroyed the economy of many nations in the globe, which has seen a decrease in employment among the youths who have now turned into engaging in criminal activities and illegal businesses.
From the incident above, what are your opinions on this issue and what do you suggest the government should do in order to address the problem of unemployment in the country? Give your opinions by sharing this article.
Scene as a Man is accused of stealing livestock whereby he was seen walking like a cow and eating grass.
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