Video: Daylight Robbery in Nairobi Captured Live
In what is increasingly becoming the norm in Mpesa shops across the country, robbers are taking advantage of lax security in most Mpesa shops to rob them clean.
Citizen TV has obtained CCTV footage that has captured one such robbery that clearly documents what was an orchestrated plan of attack that saw one man shot dead at an Mpesa agent shop in Ngara, nairobi.
Citizen TV's Evelyn Wambui with this dramatic robbery caught on camera.
Video Courtesy of Citizen TV.
She stole the money before the robbery, definitely an inside job.
It is so sad that the cashier stole the money first before she attended to the slain pharmacist? She was too calm for comfort and needs to be questioned. And why did the security guard walk out at the right time, just before the rest of the gangsters walked in? This is just too suspicious.
The mpesa cashier , it appears with very solid evidence, that she was one of the planners of the robbery.
- why shoot the pharmacist if the target was mpesa? naturally, shoot the cashier n take her money;
- the cashier seems to mumble something to the robber as he cleans the drawers. whatever she says, it seems is a message to a colleague in the job;
- the cashier picks left overs from the drawers, thrashes it into her purse, just after the shooting and robbery; she walks over to the slain pharmacist, and after a she has showcased the slain colleague, she remembers her drawers could still hold some loot, n true to her instincts, she walks back to her work station and takes care of the urgent business - she cleans up the drawers of the final left overs.
- the pharmacist was killed, possibly to eliminate source of crucial evidence/testimony. Appears to me like the deceased had knowledge of the faces behind the robbery and perhaps he knew them as the accomplices of the cashier. and that could be the reason why he did not appear moved when he noticed the young man had a gun trained at his chest. He probably could not just understand it. I bet he had no time to even seek mercy. The young man walked in with clear intention to eliminate evidence by eliminating a life. Period! But why, if one may ask? Probably because if his life remained intact after the robbery, he'd betray the cashier and her accomplices.
In view of the above obvious questions, plus the subtle unasked questions, the cashier is a STRONG candidate of investigation. she bears the footprints of the heartless young men who kill for thirst of money; young men who'd rather rob a man his dear life, rob a family a dear loving father and bread winner, earnestly earning his bread each waking day, being of no harm to any other, but being part of this nation, helping Kenya walk the steps each day; heartless urchins.... these young men deserve to die by the bullet, coz that is their item of trade. I do hope, and I urge strongly, that the police will shove these avaricious urchins to where they belong. same time I hope that the lady will be investigated deep to the bone so that this matter be established beyond any reasonable doubt, in order that justice may be served to the bereaved family
I feel saaaad by incidences of this kind. Greed and desperation is driving youth to levels unimaginable. they'd rob a man/woman of his/her life for a even less than 500/-
Just my thoughts and feelings, but we deserve better as a nation. And don't be quick to blame the police - blame the families that raised robbers. Mtoto umleavyo ndivyo akuavyo. You need no police to raise your kids; it is your business. The police will only come into the picture to snooze out bad kids by the bullets, or throw them into the jail.
Parents must do their jobs as parents, and kids must be conscious of the sanctity of human life. Same time, kids must cultivate the habit of industry. They must work HAAAAARD! There is no shortcut in life. Face it, work hard and be diligent and resilient. Win and live; live and win!
Asanteni na Mungu awe na jamii ya marehemu na sirikali na wazazi wafanye kazi zao.
Surprising that she did not even duck under the counter to save her life.....she must know something.
I hear and feel the pain - and yes parents are to blame for how their children turn out....but not always. Haven't you seen children brought up by pastors or in christian homes turn around to be horrible? Did you see how university girls are selling themselves just to have 'things' and possibly buy 'class'? This is a very different era we are living in....we worship things than anything else. It never used to be this way.
I think people today care more about things than about human life. You might be surprised to find out that all these people wanted to buy is a show-off gadget, a huge TV, car, clothes or just squander drinking and living huge..... we have become a bunch of heartless show-offs. The death of that man, a productive citizen who had studied hard and was busy nation-building did not have to happen, especially that way.
Cold blooded b*t*h!