Young boys and ladies have been practicing some dangerous activities that might either leave them dead or jailed for life.
Parent should be warned and make sure they punish their children accordingly to avoid such habits in the society as these kids might grow up to be some rogue thugs. Some viral clips uploaded on Nairobi's crime page have elicited some wild reactions across the internet.
In the clips, three young boys entered a garage in Marurui and were spotted destroying Cctvs before stealing.
The young boys used some heavy metals to ruin the cameras before they stole some valuables from the scene.
Netizens have called for their parents to be informed of their children's actions before they grow up to be some rogue criminals.
The incident comes barely days after schools closed down for the third term break ahead of new calendar start on July 26th.
Rick.. These kids were probably sent by some adults/adult to do so
Abere... These are upcoming terrorists who need to be taken care of before the situation escalates
Wekesa... Hawa wametumwa na mtu who knows the place really well. The conference they have says it all
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