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Mshikadau

Village Elder
#4
QUOTE="gashwin, post: 1332157, member: 542"]for seven k you can get a reasonable new phone. why risk jail by buying 2nd hand that could be stolen for all we know?[/QUOTE]
Bado hujasaidia... Acha hekaya kaka braza... Nipee suggestions ya hio simu mpya unasema sema
 

Mshikadau

Village Elder
#5
QUOTE="gashwin, post: 1332157, member: 542"]for seven k you can get a reasonable new phone. why risk jail by buying 2nd hand that could be stolen for all we know?[/QUOTE]
Bado hujasaidia... Acha hekaya kaka braza... Nipee suggestions ya hio simu mpya unasema sema
 

gashwin

Village Chief
#11
Keyword was SEEN. And heard with my own two ears as the magistrate handed down the sentence.
mimi nimesoma several cases kwa gazeti. but juzi tu i had a case where a young man was in remand for 15 months for being found with a stolen phone that his father had bought second hand in a bar. the son owned up to being the owner "as it was easier for the father to shughulika about the case akiwa nje" but the shs 500,000 bond was too steep for the family. lucky they found the thief juzi and the son was released.
 
#12
mimi nimesoma several cases kwa gazeti. but juzi tu i had a case where a young man was in remand for 15 months for being found with a stolen phone that his father had bought second hand in a bar. the son owned up to being the owner "as it was easier for the father to shughulika about the case akiwa nje" but the shs 500,000 bond was too steep for the family. lucky they found the thief juzi and the son was released.
15 months kijana basi aliona ngumu. An 'innocent' purchase can lead to so much trouble. The things with phones is that they can be traced and you never know where the 'owner' might have got it.
 

Kigui

Village Elder
#15
Beware when buying used phones. Some may be stolen. I have even heard stories kule kwa akina ka-buda, mtu anakuuzia simu alafu anareport imepotea for insurance purposes.
 

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