A student from Nyeri polytechnic was sentenced to death after the court found him guilty of stealing Ksh.520 and 2 phones worth 17,000 from pedestrians.
This news though, did not sound well with concerned citizen as they thought law was being served with fairness.
Some thought of national suspected politicians who are said to have looted from the public kit are still walking free and even occupying public offices
This law is telling Kenyan if u want to steal STEAL MASSIVE otherwise you will loose your neck! It is a reform no political party champions
— Ahmed Aideed (@Aideed) October 10, 2017
That is the law, let the boy appeal within 14 days or else serve the rest of his life in jail.
— Peter Okeyo (@OkeyoPeter) October 10, 2017
what about known thugs pretending to be demonstrators stealing and destroying peoples property openly,how about corrupt cartels
— paul mutuma (@plinguli) October 10, 2017
Yet NYS and EUROBOND thieves are busy catwalking and lecturing kenyans on national tv
— Cavin oduor (@OduorCavin) October 10, 2017