The thug who is admitted to Thika Level Five hospital in critical condition, also suffered serious head injuries after he jumped over the apartment’s perimeter but fell on a heap of construction stones covered by thick vegetation of stinging nettles.
What followed were loud wails as the besieged thug begged for assistance repenting his past misdeeds, following his double tragedy.
One resident whose vehicle was being vandalized before its alarm went off, came to the aid of the suspect in a rare show of humanity, coming at a time when cases of lynching of suspects are on the rise.
The Good Samaritan only identified as Daniel, took the unidentified thug to Ruiru Sub-County hospital but he was referred to Thika Level Five hospital, where he is currently fighting for his life.
Below are some comments from Kenyans:
Qanash Hellen – “In a rare show of humanity, the repentant thief was spared by a mob baying for his life,as the good Samaritan jumped to his aid speeding like a miraa pick up late for Wilson airport deliveries towards Ruiru sub-county Hospital.”
Allan Juma – “As the thief climbed the perimeter wall like spiderman, he forgot that he had no web, he went crushing on the well hidden stones on the thicket
The mob jumped into action only for the man who he was stealing from saved his sorry life, the man as we speak is fighting to escape the grave yard.”
Polycarp Kweyu – “Now that he repented his other past misdeeds will he also be charged with them to face the full force of the law once he stops fighting for his life at the hospital?”
Kipkoech Baraoi – “Hapo sawa kabisa….With those injuries and what he went through, I am sure he won’t repeat the same again. Though once somebody becomes a thug he/she will prefer dying in the line of duty rather than reforming into a good person.”
Washington Muchai Mutugu – “Hahaha hahaha hahaha…not laughing at thief…and he should recover to face the full force of the law…but at times karma get you below the belt.. hahaha hahaha…
congratulations to Daniel for that rare reaction in our beloved country Kenya…”