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"Mimi Ni Mwizi Na Hakuna Kitu Mtafanya" A Young Man's Disturbing Social Media Post Catches The Attention Of Cops

Youths nowadays like missusing words on the social media and also attracting attention in many ways. Many youths do this not knowing that some things that they post can be harmful to them anytime.

Through a renown facebook known as Nairobi Crime Free Society, undercover cop famously known as Eden Blacksir who deals with crime in Nairobi and its environs posted a screenshot of a facebook user known as Dennis Kamau who is currently inviting trouble in his life.

In the post that dennis posted in his facebook page, he was holding a bottle of alcohol and then captioned the photo ' me ni thegi masimba na hakuna kitu mtadoo'. In english, this means that i am a thief and there is nothing you can do.(Photo| courtesy)

Eden blacksir therefore told everyone using the social media that before you post anything like what Dennis posted, you should be ready for what you are inviting on your doorstep. He added that you may not be that thief you are talking about but soon you will become.(Photo| courtesy)

This happens days after a primary school teacher was arrested by the DCI for posting in his facebook account a fake message that the Teachers Service Commission CEO Nancy Macharia was dead.

Everyone should be therefore be careful with what you post knowing the consequences afterwards.(Source screenshot)

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DCI Eden Blacksir Mimi Ni Mwizi Na Hakuna Kitu Mtafanya Nairobi Crime Free Society


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