Hesy Wa Dandora Team Has Left Netizens In Stitches After Sharing This News.
By MimiNaWewe | self meida writer
Published 24 days ago - 9386 views
A man from Sierra Leone by the name Alfred Mumoh Bangura was arrested by DCI after he robbed off valuables from a lady by the name Joyce. The two met at a popular dating site known as Badoo and the same day they met, the lady was robbed.
They decided to meet after chatting for a while. They met at a petrol station in Marurui where they drove off with man's car. As they drove towards Kahawa West, the man turned against the lady and robbed her valuables and left her in distress.
These news made Eden Blacksir who is one of the vigilante cop working with Hesy Wa Dandora to react. He warned people about the dating site in sarcastically manner. He said, "Hehee, Endeleeni na hizo dating sites kabisa". In reality he was meaning always be careful when you're using these online dating sites.
Netizens reacted hillariously to his post which he posted in NAIROBI CRIME FREE, CRIME FREE SOCIETY. Here are some of the reactions.
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