In the recent days Nairobi and Kenya as a nation has had to deal with several cases of crime. Some from robbery with violence to with no violence, theft and banditry and much more. There is a new method that has been noticed in town that now boda boda riders are using as there new tactic when going to commit a crime. It is a technique in which two pieces of clothing, mostly used are bandanas are tied at the back where they hang hence hiding the number plate of the used motorbike. This way in committing crimes they can have their way out without leaving a mark of tracing.
This has been shared in the instagram stories of the famous Nairobi gossip club that had a screenshot of this discussion in a whats app group of undisclosed members. According to the post shared, someone took a picture of a motorbike with two clothes tied at its back and asked what could be the meaning of it. Taking it from the replies that person got, "It is the trick the bodaboda guys are using to conceal the number plates when committing a crime. Whenever you see one with this piece of clothes, kindly take care and report the same to the authorities."
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