Many people are engaging themselves in illegal businesses act on a daily basis across different counties here in Kenya. These illegal businesses acts include, car hijacking, drugs trafficking, Kidnapping and children trafficking among others. Currently detectives are looking after a Kenyan woman by the name Elizabeth Emboyoga Litonde who is a suspect in connection with child trafficking.
Directorate of Criminal investigation has communicated that news information through online via their Facebook page hence asking Kenyans to vote for share information wherever thy come across with that woman. The suspect is connected with disappearance of school going children who are later trafficked outside the country as slaves.
Linda is believed to have escaped to western Kenya moments after DCI started looking after her. Kenyans have been urged to immediately call the police or report to the nearest police station when they see her.
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