"Daktari Nyuki" strikes again and catches coffee thieves in Limuru

The thieves had stolen coffee worth millions of shillings

Busia

After approaching him, the traditional doctor went ahead and did his wonders and the thieves were caught near Busia border town.

They were destined for Uganda where the commodity fetches a better price than it does in Kenya.

Siarabu Musali also known as ‘Daktari Nyuki” astonished residents recently in a Nyeri estate after helping a man recover his stolen electronics.

Electronics

He shot to fame after it emerged that he was behind the mysterious swarm of bees that attacked a suspected car thief in Bungoma Town into surrendering to police to confess his sins.

Daktari stunned residents after bees led him to the house where stolen house items and electronic appliances had been hidden and managed to arrest two thieves.

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