Over the last few months, incidents of insecurity in the country have been on the rise with Kenyans suffering at the hands of these merciless criminals. The Covid-19 pandemic has rendered many Youths jobless, with some turning to criminal activities as a source of livelihood.
Many robbers have adopted a new technique of snatching away phones while on motorbikes before escaping. Many Kenyans have been calling on for the government to intervene and help them.
Earlier today another Nairobi man has gone home angry after robbers snatched away a chicken that he was carrying. The man was busy on the phone while holding the chicken in the other hand. The robbers seem to have calculated their moves well snatching away the bird, leaving the poor owner chasing. He tried pursuing them but failed to read. He was left crying like a baby.
Such incidents are not only making life difficult but also unbearable for many Kenyans. The government needs to do more to help the situation. Here is the video.
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