It's yet another holiday. A lot of temptations come with it as many girls disappears from their homes.
What makes them do so has not been determined. Parents are left to suffer, wondering where their children are.
Some spends a lot of resources, looking for their loved ones. This is the same thing that parents to Mildred Jepkorir Kigen are going through.
The 18 year old girl is a form 3 student at Dr Babla Kangaru Kagio Secondary School.
She is brown in color with short hair and about 5'3 in height.
Before her disappearance, Mildred was wearing 'dark maroon' pair of trousers, a black top, a black sweater and a multi-colored marvin.
If you happen to spot her or know her whereabouts, please report to nearest Police Station or contact her mother (Faith Jeptoo Chemoiywo) through: 0729465535.
We hope that the girl will be seen safe and sound. To the parents,I know that bno one plans for such a thing to happen but let us try to listen to our children.
When you child is closer to you, the more likely hood of them opening up. Listening is caring.
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