A 45-year-old mentally disturbed man filmed hitting approaching vehicles in broad daylight with crude weapons at Kiseran, Kajiado County.
Witnesses accounts revealed that the man was walking along the busy road picking up dirty polythene bags, talking to himself before hitting approaching vehicles with crude weapons.
This is according to the Ma3route Kenya reports;
"If approaching Kiserian in Kajiado County from Ongata Rongai, please do so with caution or seek an alternative route. There's a seemingly mentally disturbed man hitting approaching vehicles with crude weapons." The post read in part.
Kiserian traffic police officer who confirmed the incident said that they tried to arrest the man but he resisted threatening to pour dirty water at the officers.
This comes just after the DCI officers nabbed two suspects said to be the key suspects in the theft of Sh14million from a 23-year-old shopkeeper.
The pair; Silas Okinda and his accomplice Joshua Jones stole Sh14 million from Joash Nyayo, a shopkeeker on Friday aftrrnoon.
Detectives from the DCI's office said they traced the duo to a nearby hospital, where they cornered them aboard a Toyota Probox and recovered Sh14 million in cash.
Meanwhile, motorists plying the same route are advised to exercise extreme caution or divert to other routes.
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