The Director of Criminal Investigation today reported about a thief who had pretended to be a safaricom engineer. The man by the name Lenny Nganga went to access Safaricom's transmitter station after he tricked the guard who at last left him in. [Photo Courtesy]
After a while it is when guard become suspicious of the Lenny's activities and he decided to alert the police officers. When he realized that the police have been summoned, he quickly jumped in his vehicle and speed of. The police were however faster and they were able to catch up with him.
He was finally caught and the equipment that he stole was amounting to almost 2 million Kenyans shillings. Some group of Kenyans rushed to the comment section to react on the story by DCI. They first congratulated the admin of the DCI Facebook page for his good narration. They claim that the English the DCI uses is fluent and entertaining and one can relate with the story.
Some Kenyans claimed that youths lack jobs and that is why they indulge themselves in those activities. Others claim that safaricom should hire him since he understands alot about electric engineering. Another person claimed that what the man did was a productive mind rather than criminal activity. The government is the one to be blamed for not creating job opportunities. Here are some additional reactions from them.
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