Two men from Kawangware were lucky enough to escape the wrath of mob injustice after an alleged group angry mob took two men in Kawangware police station for allegedly kidnapping children and robbing people around Kawangware at the late hours.
Confirming the incident, A Facebook user identified as Lameck Magoba posted at Crime Free Society page revealing that the incident happened this morning where the two allegedly had been detained and taken to the police. See the photos of the alleged men;
Meanwhile, following the sources, the two suspects were taken to the police station after they were caught red-handed kidnapping a 12-year old girl from the area.
For instance, taking to his Facebook account to express his concerns and opinions on the disappearance of children in the country, Kenyan inspector general Hillary Mutyambai has called upon Kenyans to stay vigilant at all times.
Meanwhile, parents are always advised to take care of their children to avoid cases of their children joining the wrong group, leading to destructive behavior like theft or drug smuggling.
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