Kenyans that have been scammed by real-estate firm Urithi are planning to protest in a bid to air their frustrations with the company that has apparently betrayed them.
Those scammed by Uriithi a few weeks ago launched a Telegram group where they have been airing their grievances.
The members are already drafting memorandum on their issues and planning to drop them at the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI), Ministry of Cooperatives etc.
” Good evening all hopefully, everyone is set for Peaceful demonstration…we should by now have a black t-shirt and light shoes.:athletic_shoe::athletic_shoe:… All petition letters and notices landed to the relevant department….. Nobody should dare touch you unless they are asking for hell to go loose. ..We shall walk with our banner held up high. Manilla papers up high .. The message is clear and visible.. I salute you all for supporting the process now it’s time to come out in large numbers be & be Heard… :mask::mask::mask: Mask and social distance you won’t die…COVID is not our portion..” Read one message.
“I think even if you are far you should find and sent some people who can represent you in the demonstration as we are going to do all of us because we need numbers and big numbers as possible. Remember it is our responsibility for all of us whether we are close or far. Thank you and hope you understand.” seconded another member.
It is now a reality that the tables are turning against scammer Samuel Maina, who authorities have refused to apprehend confirming our earlier assertations that this crook is connected and maybe working with the relevant institutions to scam innocent Kenyans.
These accountability institutions have never stopped a scam and only wait for something to collapse for them to act like they are doing something.
Samuel Maina has now started bribing media to do the dirty work for him, as revealed in our last article. Maina and other directors are stinking rich and have been laundering their loot into real estate sector registering with proxies hence demand by members that some laundered money should be tracked and attached.
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