Robbery Scene in Kitale. Photo Courtesy.
Following the tough government order that saw muggings and robbery cases reducing in the city, activities in Nairobi seem to have returned to normality with fewer cases of insecurity getting reported.
Amidst that, the gangs who were day and night terrorizing the city dwellers seem to have migrated and found new havens for their illegal businesses. In Kitale town, Trans Nzoia county, CCTV footage showing a robbery taking place today morning has emerged. As Reported by Kass Journalist Lemiso Sato Emmanuel, men armed with AK-47s and aboard a motorcycle brought Kitale Town to a standstill as they robbed a foreigner allegedly of Asian origin who was off from a bank in the middle of the road.
In the CCTV footage, one of the robbers is seen following the foreigner to the bank before coming to rob him after entering his vehicle. Puzzled by the incident, unbothered residents could be seen watching the shocking incident as it unfolds at a distance.
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