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The Kangema lynching...

The brave

Village Elder
#1
From my view the guy murder was an unpremeditated murder, reason the man sold a phone to his former lover and later snatched because of some uncleared 200 bob debt...

The lady was looking at between 3 yrs to 5 yrs in prison on a manslaughter charge... And could have walked free if she got a good lawyer... I watched the video of her lynching and asked myself, Why were those people so barbaric? And then I today I read this article in social media and I asked myself did the lady attitude directly contribute to her death?...

Was her rudeness and threats to kill everyone a case of temporary mental insanity? Was it that no one could have come to her aid?

Woman kills lover after dispute over phone, mob ... - Nairobi News

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#3
Don't want to sound political but it was clearly glared during the elections how the rotten society would celebrate the killing of people from a certain region as a sign of the police doing a good job. We leave in hard times where we people frustrated with their life's find such opportunities to offload their frustrations on others.
 
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#6
It takes little to turn a crowd into killers. The killing of her guy looks like manslaughter. Rudeness got her killed. A fu***d up society we are.
 
#7
It takes little to turn a crowd into killers. The killing of her guy looks like manslaughter. Rudeness got her killed. A fu***d up society we are.
As a people do we have to kill??? In a working society whoever was recording that stuff would have been behind bars as I type this. Why not save a life??
 
#9
As a people do we have to kill??? In a working society whoever was recording that stuff would have been behind bars as I type this. Why not save a life??
It all starts with leadership where the kingpins are popularly known for assassinations.,and that propels people to think they can take law into their own hands.
 
#11
It all starts with leadership where the kingpins are popularly known for assassinations.,and that propels people to think they can take law into their own hands.
There is a shortage of people to look up to. Political leaders thrive on crowds, and are idolized by the masses for it. As an individual, you have to break from that herd mentality.
 

patco

Village Sponsor
#14
That was uncalled for.She may have killed but didn't deserve to die in that manner
If it was a dude ungeskia "leo kwanza nakula nyama."
I once heard that in Mathare mwizi kwanza huchapwa then he is subjected to extreme mental torture i.e. being taunted akiambiwa aseme kwaheri, made to carry the tyre to the lynching spot then anachomwa. this happens almost weekly for many years gone by. How can God in heaven surely be happy with such a nation. Yaani watoto wanapigwa marisasi brains zinamwagika na picha zinawekwa Facebook na polisi and that is a very "normal" society. No sound from the human rights people. No sound from the govt. or even the president. The police boss even says good job. Vigilante state. Na watu wanachoma nyama kucelebrate. That is the new normal. Maybe it will take an incident like the one in Nigeria where ordinary INNOCENT college boys were mistakenly accused of stealing and were beaten mercilessly and lynched to jar our society... or maybe it won't even have any effect, we are too far gone.
 

patco

Village Sponsor
#20
No way I will ever post that.. No Way!

That lady was into menial jobs (had got sacked from a house girl job two months before the incident) and I am here imagining what a phone could have meant to her? And I am no where justifying her actions...
Kuna ingine third man aliweka zamani kenyan list ya wezi wa sack of potatoes and it was in hd. yaani one of the guys is actually breathing fire and the sound coming from his lungs was beyond description. And he lived for many minutes before he expired. And there were children watching the whole spectacle. Hio kitu nili-regret mbona niliona.
 

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