Hot estate girls spy for gangs
By By PKEMOI NGENOH | July 26th 2013
By PKEMOI NGENOH
Men beware! Next time you hit on a beautiful estate girl you may end up in trouble.
The Nairobian has learnt that girls living in Mbotela, Maringo and Hamza are agents of gangsters who use them to lure men to their traps.
Martin Ochieng is a recent victim.
He revealed how his house was ‘swept clean’ days after he parted ways with his 19-year-old girlfriend.
“I returned home one evening only to find my TV, DVD, a mobile phone and some money I had kept under the mattresses missing,” he says.
When Martin asked his neigbours he was told his ex-girlfriend was seen near his house with unidentified men.
“Furious, I reported the matter to her parents before proceeding to the police. She later confessed to being behind the theft. I was shocked. Her parents agreed to pay me,” Martin said.
At Maringo estate, Peter Maina shared a similar story.
Her neighbours told him they had seen his girlfriend carry some stuff from the house.
“Two days after we separated with her, I was shocked to find some of my valuables missing in my house. She was the only suspect since she still had the spare keys. I could not believe when my neighbours confirmed my fears,” he said.
A second-hand goods dealer in Buru Buru estate who declined to be named revealed to The Nairobian, that he buys valuables from estate youths who collude with girls, which he sells at a lower price.
His clients are mostly shop owners in River Road, Gikomba and Ngara.
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