Cases of theft, robbery and violence is something that is gradually developing in the current society. We are living in a society where most people especially the youths have become too lazy and would always want to acquire things the easy way. Due to this, theft has become the only way to survive as they would always be busy trying to figure out who they can easily steal from. It's too unfortunate when it comes to our realization that ladies are gradually becoming major victims of such incidences.
As this happens, there is a group of two ladies who have just been arrested for what is claimed that they robbed an innocent man. It's said that the two ladies dragged the man and robbed him unknown amount of money. This incident happened at Mwea in Kirinyaga county today after what is claimed that the two even went ahead and grabbed his ATM card. It's said that they even took the man to a local lodging after realizing he was drunk.
It's said that the man was saved by the watchman to the lodging who refused to open the gate by asking them to give identify. The man who was robbed was taken to hospital on Saturday. Today, the man was well and that is when he was able to record statements about what exactly happened.
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