The rising insecurity cases around the country have no doubt been a cause for concern for many Kenyans. Several criminal cases have been reported in recent months with many citizens losing their valuables at the Hands of these annoying criminals.
The COVID-19 pandemic has done little to help the situation with many young people losing their jobs as a result of the pandemic with many turning to criminal activities as a source of livelihood to feed for their hungry families.
A video of a certain criminal gang trying to rob a car owner has left many Kenyans talking. In the video, the victim is fast seen entering the gate before another white vehicle comes from behind and blocks the victim's way. Around six-armed Robbers come out of the car and threaten to shoot the man inside the car if doesn't open.
The owner decides against opening the door of the car and instead lock himself in. Apparently, the car is Armour proof. On realizing their plan was in Jeopardy of collapsing they retreat and return to their car attempting to run away on the reverse.
The victim drives at them with immense speed knocking their car out of the road. He rams into the car again before the criminals escape on foot leaving their car behind. One of the robbers remains trapped inside the car wreckage. The video has elicited mixed reactions from Kenyans. These are some of the reactions from Kenyans on Facebook.
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