In a curious turn of events, sheep thieves who had stolen from President Uhuru Kenyatta’s Northlands estate have silently returned the stolen sheep, sparking speculation about the motivation behind their change of heart.
The incident had left the Northlands estate in a state of shock and disbelief as it was reported that the thieves had carted away 50 sheep, leaving behind only a few lambs. However, to the surprise of the estate’s management, the stolen sheep were found back in their pens one morning, with no explanation or sign of forced entry.
While the return of the stolen sheep is a relief to the estate’s owners and the security personnel tasked with investigating the theft, the motive behind the thieves’ change of heart remains unclear. Some residents in the area have speculated that the thieves may have been spooked by a perceived curse or fear of capture, prompting them to return the stolen animals.
The Northlands estate is home to President Kenyatta’s private residence, and as such, is heavily guarded and monitored. The theft has raised questions about the effectiveness of the security measures in place and highlighted the prevalence of livestock theft in rural Kenya.
The incident has also sparked a debate on social media, with many users applauding the thieves for returning the stolen animals, while others question the motive behind their actions.
For now, the incident remains a mystery, with the only certainty being the safe return of the stolen sheep to their rightful owners.