Furious Kibera Mob Storms Lang’ata Estate After Worker Steals Ksh3 Million Salary

A furious crowd from Kibera ghettos on Saturday, June 25, raged the National Housing Corporation (NHC) domain in Lang’ata looking for a development specialist who supposedly took Ksh3 million from a worker for hire’s vehicle.
As per police reports, the suspect slipped into the vehicle and took the cash intended to pay the specialists developing the Lang’ata-Ngong street before he was a spotted by a partner caution.


The specialists and occupants from the casual settlement started pursuing the hoodlum, who looked for asylum at NHC to get away from the anger of the irate group that was baying for his blood. crowd.

NHC Estate in Langata, Nairobi.NHC
Notwithstanding, the crowd ignored the safety officers at the bequest’s primary entryway and kept pursuing the suspect, pelting stones at him. Various houses and a vehicle left in the domain was harmed simultaneously.


The specialist was saved by police officers positioned in the domain, who brought him in to be interrogated. In the interim, the group blockaded a segment of the Southern Bypass, baying for the blood of the suspect.


Exploring officials uncovered that they figured out how to recuperate Ksh2.1 million of the plunder. They further unveiled that the worker for hire might have been followed by the suspect from Umoja Estate.


As per the NHC Association Secretary Lynda Ceaser there has been a spike in uncertainty in the space following the start in the event that the development of the street connecting Lang’ata and Ngong slicing through Kibra.


She unveiled that few inhabitants had been robbed returning, with the aggressors likewise focusing on people on foot and drivers along the Southern Bypass at sunset.


“Over the most recent fourteen days we have had inhabitants gone after at the underpass of the Southern detour. The criminals take cover behind the development materials and trucks conveyed by the project worker,” she added.


There has been a spike in frailty cases in Nairobi in days prompting the overall political decision, with outfitted muggings and burglary at firearm point becoming the overwhelming focus.


While additional officials have been conveyed to augment security in the focal business region (CBD) as well as the city edges, occupants have been approached to try not to place themselves in circumstances that make them defenseless against assaults.