A social media user entertained his followers on Facebook after hilariously described different kinds of thieves in Kenya.
In a lengthy post, the netizen identified as Mwangi Kibathi started by calling out politicians whom he described as master thieves whose main job is stealing.
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“There is a master thief, his only work is stealing. He may have some small part-time job as a politician… He really doesn’t have an immediate use of what he is stealing… Like a guy grabbing thousands of public plots and billions of shillings that he can’t finish in this and life after,” he said.
The second thief was described as a hungry thief, here, Kibathi said the thief steals for immediate use.
“Then there is the hungry thief, he steals for immediate need. These are pickpocket guys or public officers who steal a few thousand,” he added.
Then there is an opportunistic thief, the netizen explained that an opportunistic thief only steals when an opportunity comes up.
A perfect example of his explanation were people who loot beer or bread from accident scenes and church leaders who steal Bibles donations.
“This one steals because an opportunity arose. He didn’t plan to steal when he left the house but then God ‘blesses’ him with an opportunity,” Kibathi said.
The forth thief was described as a window-shopping thief, here, the thief aspires to steal but never gets an opportunity.
Kobathi likened a lawyer representing a bank robber or a junior accountant faking accounting documents for his boss to a window shopping thief.
“A thief without the opportunity to steal, the guy who salivates at stories of real thieves,” he explained.
Another one is a virtual thief, according to Kibathi, a virtual thief steals social media posts making them their own by sharing them on their pages.
“The virtual thief neither benefits from what he steals nor hurt the victim. See the guy who keeps stealing FB posts and posts them as their own,” he added.
Finally, there is a retired or reformed thief, as the name suggests, the thief has changed and now speaks ill of thieves but holds onto what he stole.
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Read through Kibathi’s post below,
I have realized there are so many kinds of thieves in this country.There is a master thief, his only work is stealing….
Geplaatst door Mwangi Kibathi op Dinsdag 25 augustus 2020
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