Technical University Of Kenya (TUK) Student Drugged By Woman Seeking Direction In Nairobi CBD.
A Technical University of Kenya (TUK) student was on Thursday evening dragged by a woman who approached him asking for direction in the Nairobi Central Business District (CBD).
The student who was identified as Bernard Muthui was going home when the woman approached him saying she was lost and needed help.
Muthui stated that the Woman told him she was Makueni county and she had come for an interview in Nairobi but did not meet the person who invited her for the interview and on seeing this, he was touched and decides to help the woman.
Unknown to him, he was about to be drugged and robbed and just before asking her if she had relative's in Nairobi, he felt dizzy and immediately suspected the woman.
He then looked over his shoulder's while staggering and he saw a police officer who he struggled to reach as he seeked for help.
The police officer held him and guided him to a concrete on the round about
The woman was not found as she disappeared into the crowd's.
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