In what resembled a witchcraft sign understandably, the suspect strolled by his own will close to half bare conveying stolen things like Woofer and a DVD player.
As per local people, the honey bees had to a great extent covered the man's head, neck and back however didn't hope to hurt him rather.
The man needed to return the stolen things since police couldn't act the hero, then the witch specialist accepted to have reviled him poured a drink on him which caused the honey bees to disappear off.
Up and down, the said man had been crying with no or less assistance from the spectators.
This is one more strange second for the Kenyans again after very nearly a comparable episode occurred in Mombasa few months prior.
Two exposed men in Mombasa town seemed presented with a smooth vehicle which they had stolen. The men were just healed not until an Ugandan specialist came a their kindness.
It was subsequently asserted that the entire episode was stage made due, the suspects were subsequently captured along with their witchdoctor.
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Source : https://youthvillage.co.ke/suspected-thief-returns-stolen-items-bees-used-nab-6/?fbclid=IwAR3_33XtMBpOibyErgvNGZicMn2tRHPtgYWSUojv2mMeNPSA9ZDuh7uMFJE
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