Cases of crimes have been reportedly vividly increasing day by day across different regions here in Kenya. Most of these crimes are being associated with some section of young youths who instead of persevering hardwork they end up stealing from innocent Kenyans.
There are certain factors that are spearheading different types of crimes among youths here in Kenya, this includes drugs addiction, bad company, peer pressure, poverty, early marriages among others.
Today two notorious phone snatchers using bodaboda have been given a dog beatings by angry mob on a busy highway in Nairobi after their forty days came to an end.
That post of those notorious thugs being stabbed by mob justice has been shared on Facebook via Online page namely Kibera ni kwetu and that scene happened in upper hill Nairobi county.
Kenyans on social media have sparked mixed reactions concerning that incident whereby some section of netizens have urged youths to work hard, reform and say no to crime because they are risking their lives.
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