SOCIAL MEDIA INFLUENCE

Theft cases rising because Kenyans are not content

Most Kenyans trying to live fancy lifestyles but cannot afford them

In Summary

• People who stole Sh72 million in the city were caught because they bought a new car. 

• There is a lack of moral fibre, patriotism and love resulting in selfishness due to lust. 

A suspect in the Sh72 million heist and a car bought on the day of the theft
'MUST HAVE MORE: A suspect in the Sh72 million heist and a car bought on the day of the theft
Image: COURTESY

The opulent living of some Kenyans posted on social media is admired by many people which ends up fueling cravings that result in the theft of huge amounts of money.

People suspected to be police officers and G4S employees stole Sh72 million in the city. They were caught because they bought a new car. This shows how wealth is causing moral decay and resulting in selfishness.

These vices have spread to the youths in Kenya. Kenyan jails will be full of people who want to be rich and powerful if we are not content with what we have.

Mombasa