June 13, 2024
Sad Tales Of Radio King After A Four-Year Conviction For Armed Robbery

Sad Tales Of Radio King After A Four-Year Conviction For Armed Robbery

King Kafu, a popular Ghetto Radio presenter, opened up about his criminal past and the turning point that led him out of it.

In an exposé aired on Sunday by BBC Africa Eye, Kafu revealed that he began his criminal career at the age of fifteen.

Initially, his criminal activities included bag snatching before progressing to full-fledged armed robbery.

In 2003, however, the long arm of the law caught up with him, resulting in a four-year jail sentence.

Kafu went on to say that after his release, he was inspired to change his life after learning that some of his friends had been killed by law enforcement.

“No one is born a thief. But even if the youths don’t have work, we are telling them that crime is not good. People should return their illegal guns to the government,” he added.

As a result, Kafu has transformed himself into a crusader for youth to prevent them from being recruited into criminal activities, and he works with police officers to provide reforming individuals with immunity, preventing their arrest.

As a result, the presenter, who uses his radio slot to preach good practices to slum youth, approaches criminals who are willing to hand over their guns to the police.

“I want the government to be clear with the youth. When they return these things, will they be abducted or supported? I am asking the government to cooperate. These youths want to be shown some love,” he added.

Kafu, who hosts the morning breakfast show Brekko on Ghetto Radio, has revealed that he was initially arrested for not committing a crime.

“I was wrongly convicted of a crime I did not commit, so I reasoned, since crime or no crime I would still end in jail, why not get jailed for a crime I actually committed,” he recalled.

He stated that he assisted his brother in committing more serious crimes such as carjackings and raiding fundraising events.

Following his release, he worked as a messenger for Ghetto Radio before eventually hosting his own show.

Sad Tales Of Radio King After A Four-Year Conviction For Armed Robbery

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