John from Naivasha described how he later regretted taking a hammer he found by the road and keeping it at his home because he was charged with theft with violence and sentenced to three years in prison.
He claims that on this fateful day, while working at a building site, he saw a hammer by the side of the road, picked it up, and carried it home.
He kept it at his house and would give it to anyone who asked for it. After a few days, he considered wearing it to work because it was of excellent quality.On his way to work, a man confronted him and claimed ownership of the hammer.
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