Timmy tdat pleads with cartels
In recent news, Kenyan musician Timmy Tdat expressed his joy in building a house for his mother.
The artist took to social media to share videos and photos of the newly completed house, expressing how grateful he is to finally provide a home for his mother.
However, amidst his joy, Timmy also sent a message to a supposed “cartel” to spare his life and instead target his property.
In a tweet that has since been deleted, the musician pleaded with the group, saying, “Kindly do me this favor.
Tell the cartel that if they want to plot to murder me, I have a property that I have built for my mother.”
It is concerning that Timmy felt the need to publicly plead with a criminal group, even as he celebrated a significant milestone in his life.
The incident is a stark reminder of the security challenges that face many Kenyans, including those in the public eye.
While Timmy’s case may seem extreme, it is not uncommon for wealthy individuals to face security threats in Kenya.
In recent years, there have been numerous cases of high-profile kidnappings, carjackings, and robberies targeting wealthy individuals, both Kenyan and foreign.
The security situation in the country has prompted many to take extra precautions to protect themselves and their families.
For instance, some wealthy individuals hire private security firms to provide 24-hour protection, while others invest in state-of-the-art security systems for their homes and businesses.
However, it is not just the wealthy who are affected by the security situation in the country.
Ordinary Kenyans also face a range of security challenges, including muggings, burglaries, and attacks by criminal gangs.
The government has a crucial role to play in addressing the security challenges facing the country.
While it has made some efforts in recent years, including increasing the number of police officers and investing in new technology, much more needs to be done.
It is time for the government to prioritize the security of its citizens and take decisive action to address the root causes of insecurity.
Only then can Kenyans, including those in the public eye like Timmy Tdat, feel truly safe and secure in their homes and communities