Residents talking to Radio inooro. Photo courtesy
Even more disturbing is the fact that thugs in the area are using unorthodox methods to perpetrate their actions. According to Inooro journalist Moses Ngige a Kikuyu based radio station, the thugs are using unknown chemical to spray residents.
In one incident, a resident cried out for help after the said thugs sprayed the whole village with chemicals. As a result, residents fell into deep sleep that enabled the thugs to steal. Not even the dogs were spared. All fell into deep slumber.
Moses Ngige further revealed that the said criminals go ahead to steal cattle from the residents. Last year, residents in a Nairobi estate woke up to the realization that all of them had been robbed after they too were sprayed by unknown chemicals.
This chemicals have been known to have long term effects on victims therefore residents should visit nearest health facility for some health checks.
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