"Noma Sana," Mike Sonko Reveals How Kidnappers Are Landing Innocent Kenyans In Trouble


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Lately cases of kidnapping have been on the rise across the country with a majority of these incidents ending in tears.

In the past few weeks, several Kenyans have lost their lives after they were kidnapped by unknown assailants.

Police officers have also managed to nab some of these rogue criminals involved in these unending syndicates.

Three men visited a car stand. They asked for the pricing of a 2013 Toyota V8 and the seller told them the price (let's say 4.5m)

They asked him for his account details and after 2 days, they transferred 3 million into his account.

Immediately after the transfer, they came to him and told him they are sorry but they couldn't complete the cash; so the car dealer should give them 2 million -five hundred thousand and keep the other five hundred thousand on it as fees for the inconvenience on his part.

The car dealer happily did that and was happy he got 500k as fees for doing almost nothing.

Fast forward to 3 days time, he had his car stand invaded by D.C.I and anti-kidnapping squads. They asked if he was the owner of the account and Nabbed him immediately He admitted to ownership of the account; then it dawned on him what was really happening.

The guys were kidnappers and they used his account to receive kidnap ransom making him culpable in the offense. He paid them cash with no trace and they made It look like the 500k was his own share of the loot! Now he is in very deep trouble but it could have been avoided.

That's it people, stay safe and be very careful. Don't go looking for quick cash or commissions without doing your DD. Let wisdom guide you always and don't be greedy!

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