A man identified as John Ndegwa has every reason to thank God for after he was rescued by the police amidst a robbery attack that turned dramatic.
According to the DCI reports, John had visited the Kenyatta University Teaching and Referral Hospital to drop a resume of his brother for a job in the facility only to be robbed moments later while admiring the busy town of Githurai.
While strolling in the streets, he felt hungry and decided to take some lunch in a hotel and bumped to the suspects who borrowed him some cash to buy cigarettes.
John pulled Ksh 100 note from his pocket an gave one of them as he entered the hotel. After taking his lunch, he left the hotel and was attacked by the suspects a few metres from the eatery.
The victim made a distressing noise attracting the attention of the police who were patrolling in the area and quickly swang into action. The thieves engaged the police in an exchange of fire which resulted to one of them dieing in the shoot out as the rest escaped with injuries.
The body of the deceased was taken to City Mortuary awaiting to be identified.
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