It is always very sad for someone to invest so much money in something then gets dissapointed by lazy thieves who cannot work for their own money but steal from innocent hardworking kenyans.
A nanyuki successful businessman known as Mr. Komu is currently counting losses after theives raided his unfinished storey building and stole doors, window panes, frames , roofing materials and other high value items that he had planned to complete the house with.(Photo| courtesy)
The thieves are allegedly said to have done their operation at night when everyone else was sleeping. However, some neighbours and friends suspect that it was an inside job and they therefore want the construction workers and everyone who is always at the site investigated.
Mr Komu however mentioned in anger that the thieves who did the act will eat grass if they will not have returned the stolen items in seven days of mercy that he has given out. He said that if the seven days end without the items returned, people will fully understand what he mean't by 'Watakula Nyasi'.(Source screenshot)
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