This photo of ladies buying cucumber in a town, has gone viral on Facebook and it got attention of Hesy Wa Dandora Team who is a vigilante cop in Nairobi trying to cleanse off criminals in the city. This photo showed a large number of ladies in mask choosing and buying cucumber in the market. But what Blackest Widow said about this photo, has elicited reactions from Netizens.
Blackest Widow said that this business of selling cucumber is currently booming and some youths are still choosing thug life instead of doing legal business. He said that this youths are stabbing innocent people and stealing their phones. Hesy Wa Dandora team warned them by saying their days are numbered.
(Photo| Hesy Wa Dandora's Team Post)
Some agreed with Hesy by saying that this youths should stop this bad behaviour since this Illegal money are not blessed and it will lead to early death. Here are some of the mixed reactions from Netizens after Blackest Widow's post.
(Photo| Netizens Reactions)
(Photo| Netizen Reactions)
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