The Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) has left netizens with hilarious reactions after their latest report on Lenny Ng'ang'a, a man of youthful appearance masquerading as Safaricom engineer.
Lenny is said to have lured the watchman into believing he was a Safaricom employee gaining access to a transmitter station Murang'a.
When the guard became suspicious, Lenny had interfered with equipment worth two million Kenya Shillings and jumped onto his Suzuki Alto locomotive machine. The police who received an alert from the guard hit the road with their all terrain Land Cruiser. The determination of the police saw Ng'ang'a pull over, surrendering to the officers a few kilometres past SabaSaba.
Kenyans who saw the post reacted funnily with many suggesting that the man should be employed by Safaricom instead of being put behind bars. Take a look at some of their reactions.
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