Kenya Posted on Thursday, February 18, 2016 by "T".
A gambler who was denied credit by a casino after losing Sh30,000 in Kenya's capital Nairobi murdered two of its employees by stabbing them, which led to his gruesome death on the streets when an angry mob chased and lynched him outside the casino.
The incident happened in the wee hours of Tuesday morning, February 9, 2016.
The Tanzanian gambler was identified as John Barnabas Mchanga, who, acco[...] Read more » Nairobi Gambler Killed by Angry Mob after Murdering Two Casino Employees
Joined: May '08
Age: 33 (M)
well there you have it- never enter the casino if you are not prepared to lose. as for casino employees- customers carrying daggers and/or somalian swords should not be allowed to enter the premises, unless they are prepared to lose. and finally for those who are not prepared to lose- don't run into places where there are rocks on the ground.
Joined: Oct '15
Age: 32 (M)
For a website that promotes gambling, you sure like to highlight the worst behaviour by gamblers. Even mainstream media does not paint such a gloomy picture about gambling. Son steals mom's life savings, employee steals from office safe, lottery winner blows his money on stupid stuff, degenerate gambler kills two casino employees. Try to balance the range of your articles, i would say that you are too polarized.
One thing I am not sure of - the angry mob consisted people who were otherwise winning in this casino regularly or in Africa lynching just happen when enough people want to see some blood? 'cuz I am sure as hell would not go after a murder suspect especially not in Nairobi...