DCI have continued to release more information about Samuel, the Man who was killed in a broad daylight by unknown assassin. Via their Facebook and twitter accounts, the DCI proved that the man was a swindler and he was stealing money from people's bank account by swapping the customers cards.
However what that shocked people is that in all the photos that were retrieved from the CCTV cameras that have been going viral online shows Samuel doing his evil acts at ATM's of cooperative bank. All the photos are for cooperative bank.
Here are the photos of Samuel doing his evil deeds.
This has raised eyebrows among Kenyans who have been saving in cooperative bank and even some started to question the credibility of the bank. Samuel had 300 different bank accounts and he knew very well how to play his cards.
Here are some of the screenshot of Kenyans questioning cooperative Bank.
This might greatly affect the bank, hence it must address the issue before things get worse.
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