A prominent businessman is currently in hospital after he was involved in a robbery incident by 2 suspected women. The businessman who owns large swathes of farmland in Narok and several business branches of wheat supply ware houses was in the company of fellow friends when he was approached by two ladies.
According to NTV digital news media platform, he is said to have been attending a meeting with a few close friends at a popular night club in Naivasha when they were joined by two ladies. Unbeknownst to them, their drinks were spiked by a stupefying drug that is commonly used to incapacitate and later rob unsuspecting victims.
A police report indicates that the businessman was robbed off over 800k in cash including his phone and other important items in his possession. The detectives investigating the incident are said to have acquired CCTV footage from the establishment to help in unveiling the suspects identity.
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