Two Kenyans from diaspora on the run after allegedly stealing Ksh 40 million


Two Kenyans are on the run after they allegedly stole Ksh 40 million from their employer in Bahrain, Middle East.

The two successfully flew back to Kenya without the knowledge of the authorities. Their employer identified them as a driver and a house manager.

The House maid was employed a week before the theft while the driver has been working for the employer for over two years.

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According to a Bahrain online publication known was, the duo broke into the safe of their boss who lives in West Riffa and made away with not only cash money but also other valuables as well.

Speaking Akhbar Al Khaleej newspaper, the employer was surprised that the two left Bahrain for Kenya without his knowledge and consent.

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In March year, another Kenyan man identified as Charles Karanja working as a security guard for a security firm in Dubai made away with Ksh137 million. The money was being ferried to an ATM. Karanja distracted his colleagues saying he was going to the restroom before vanishing with the loot never to be seen. His whereabouts are still unknown after the Dubai authorities launched a manhunt.