Kenya is currently going through a moment of increased theft cases. Cases of theft via Mpesa is something that gradually becoming very common. This happens as people continue to loose money to unrecognized people under inexplicable circumstances. Most of these con men would always pretend to be entrepreneurs selling a certain product only to vanish with one's money.
As this happens, there is a man who has just been conned in a very soft way until he literally couldn't believe it. According to what he posted, the man claims that he first met the man on Facebook.
During a short conversation, the man told him that he was a businessman selling construction materials to people. The two met at Ruiru where the con man claimed to have been waiting for a client to pick his orders. On coming they engaged in an argument before another man arrived. The 3 owned cars and exchange a certain boxes.
The victim got curious until he asked what he was selling and he told him that he supplied sea foods and insecticides. He told him that he buys at 10,000 and sells at 13,000. A few days later, the con man called him requesting for 15 thousand to buy the items which he will refund after selling. Hours later, he called him claiming that the client had not picked so he wanted some 2,000 to fuel his car and refund later because he was to ferry the package to his client. It all ended in tears when he finally borrowed 20,000 and vanished blocking him immediately.
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