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Confusion As Catholic Nuns Are Busted In Car Ferrying Millions Worth Of Marijuana

A van ferrying marijuana worth millions was impounded in Nairobi but what has puzzled Kenyans most are the occupants in the car.

Seen in a statements from detectives, the marijuana impounded was carefully concealed in 13 bales and was recovered from a vehicle that had travelled from Malaba, with four occupants.

It is alleged that the car was flagged down by the patrol cops but they failed comply a move that ignited a high speed chase that led to their arrest. To the shock of the detectives, three of the passengers were Catholic Nuns on a missionary trip from the Benedictine Sisters.

"The visibly shaken nuns were however not connected to the consignment, since they had boarded the vehicle as passengers, headed to a convent in Karen..." Said The report.

The driver however jumped off from the car and disappeared into thin air after he realized that the detectives were catching up with him.

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