Parents have been advised to keep a close eye on their children so as to protect them from child traffickers. There has been increased cases of child trafficking. In a recent incidence, a boy from Molem in Nairobi county was kidnapped by unknown people. The boy had just finished his KCSE in March.
It is reported that the boy was in Machakos, when three people in a Ranger Rover drove past him. After a while they stopped pretending to have lost their way. This is when the boy had his head covered in a sack. He then was injected with a drug that made him become unconscious.
When the boy regained consciousness, he found himself in a van that was headed to Namanga border. Fortunate enough, the boy managed save himself from the hands of the kidnappers when he got out of the van and rushed to Namanga Border police station where he recorded a statement.There after, the police had to return him back to Nairobi to his family. The Director of Criminal Investigations has been directed to act with speed over the matter.
Parents have been advised to look after their children well and avoid exposing to kidnappers. It is estimated that 28 children are missing since April. Statistics show that 36 children go missing every month.
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