Residents of Nakuru town have expressed their suspicion over a lorry that was spotted in the town. According to Kinyanjui Wa Kibara, a renown blogger in the city, the vehicle was spotted in Shabaab area.
He got a message from a concerned resident saying that the truck could have been stolen or tampered with. "I am not judging him but my source thinks the truck in the first photo could be one in the rest of the photos na iko Shabe," he said while sharing various photos of the lorry.
The resident further said he thinks the truck was originally white in color but was painted red on its truck head. Other Kenyans with sharp eyes scrutinized the photos and noted that it underwent welding to change its appearance; it also seemed to have been elongated on its rear bed to conceal its identity.
Recently, many vehicles have been reported stolen in various areas across the country especially in Nakuru. The latest is Kass Media journalist, Thomas Chepsoi's car which went missing in Rongai and has never been found.
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