Hafsa Mohamed Lukman businesswoman who disappeared on June 15, has been rescued by detectives.
The 23 year old businesswomen was found in a room in Matopeni, within Kayole, where she had been forced to fit in a water tank.
According to the Directorate of Criminal Investigation (DCI), Hafsa was last seen at her clothing shop was kidnapped by a criminal gang, that demanded a ransom of Ksh 5 million, in exchange for her freedom.
A video circulating the media recording Hafsa who appeared to have been tortured, begged her family to meet the demands for her life to be spared.
After serious search conducted by detectives from Crime Research, Hafsa was rescued Sunday morning.
The woman who had visible bruises on her face and hands was rushed to the hospital for medical attention.
One person is already arrested as a suspect who is part of the gang that kidnapped Hafsa is currently being interviewed by detectives to shed more light on the kidnapping .
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