The Economic situation in Kenya by now is too hard for everybody to cope in. The standards of living are too high that many families can hardly afford to put food on the table. This situation has prompted some people to practice criminal activities which take them to the wrong side of the law.
Much of these crimes have their hearts in Nairobi. This is where it is reported that many criminals go and practice their evil activities and thereafter go out to their hideouts.
But as you know, crime doesn't pay and it's only a matter of time before somebody is caught. Today in Nairobi, two young men were arrested after going to wines and spirits shops extorting the business persons there in pretending to be police. It is reported that they have been doing that all along but today was their unlucky day.
One of the businessmen discovered that they weren't police and he alerted other people where they beat them up before being rescued by police. They were taken to the police station awaiting to be arraigned in court tomorrow.
Remember that you must always sweat to eat.
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