- Are Kenyans normalizing theft? This begs the question following troops in support of the now infamous ‘Wells Fargo 94 million Heist’.
- The country has been shaken with the ‘heist’ which was meant to be banked belonging to a leading supermarket with the police in hot pursuit.
- It was a swift theft with no single bullet fired.
Are Kenyans normalizing theft? This begs the question following troops in support of the now infamous ‘Wells Fargo 94 million Heist’.
Are we setting a bad precedence for the generation by applauding a vice!
Hard work and determination is now being overlooked at the expense of craftiness as long as the end goal bears fruits.
According to many Kenyans, a tough economy coupled with bad governance has driven them down the cliff.
Another factor making Kenyans hail the ‘heist’ is that no one was hurt during the theft.
Another quarter observed that the company’s employees are paid poorly giving room for truancy.
With the news of the heist spreading like wildfire, we sampled a few of the reactions in support of the heist.
“Na hii economy venye inatutesa siezi wareport nikiwaona”
“I am personally wishing them all the best. Government officials loot billions and you never pursue them”
“You can’t pay someone 20k per month to ferry 94 million what do you expect”
“Youths may God help us escape the matrix”
However, others opined that the duo will soon be apprehended and face justice.
No Single Bullet Fired
The 94 million heist was swift with no single bullet fired.
Police report indicate that the theft was carried out by two staffs of a security and courier firm, Wells Fargo.
Their names are Daniel Mungai(crew commander) and Anthony Nduiki(driver).
The duo are said to have sneaked the truck loaded with the money from the company’s offices.
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The police who were lying in wait to escort the money to a bank in the city centre were baffled to learn that the money had long left the premises unnoticed.
The truck with registration number KBA 517T was later found dumped in South C estate.
A manhunt of the two has since kicked off with the police in hot pursuit.
Are Kenyans normalizing theft?
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