Lurambi Member of Parliament Titus Khamala’s home was broken into by thieves.
In a video, the legislator was seen smiling while going through the house and noted that he does not keep anything valuable in the home.
The MP further noted that the thieves ranksacked the home and remarked that he is a poor man who doesn’t have enough money to hide in his home.
Khamala noted that the thieves stole clothes and other items which he did not specify.
On Friday, December 18, a gang broke into Magarini MP Michael Kingi’s house and made away with items of unknown value.
The robbers raided the house at around 11 am after breaking the door to gain entry. They are said to have made away with cutlery including plates, cups, cooking pots, and others utensils.
Sources indicated that they also carted away mattresses, beds, cooking gas and other household goods.
It is was reported that the thugs laid their hands on anything they could carry after being unable to move heavy objects like beds, cupboards and seats.
“I don’t understand what their motive was because they made away with very interesting items. I think their mission was to wipe the house clean, but time did not allow them,” Kingi stated.
Kingi expressed his gratitude to officers in Malindi who acted swiftly after they were alerted of the robbery incident. “I have resided in that house and I have never seen anything like that before,” he added.
The burglary happened just days after Billionaire Manu Chandaria’s home was raided in Muthaiga Estate, Nairobi County. Gunmen broke into the compound and made away with jewellery of unknown value and Ksh600,0000 in cash.
Investigations by the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) detectives revealed that the robbery was a well-executed plan which involved three suspects who are still at large.
A former employee of the security firm was suspected to be part of the scheme. Police believed that the suspect could have been behind the tampering of the security alarm on the night of the attack.
Sourced from Kenyans.co.ke