A bizarre incident has been reported in Nyali after one lady reportedly passed out moment after drinking spiked alcohol. It has been reported that the lady was among other two ladies and they had a plan of spiking the alcohol so that they can give it to some Kisumu county officials who had visited the place for enjoyment. It has been reported that the ladies booked a room with the county officials and they immediately started taking the drinks. This lady identified as Leah Mwenja mistakenly took the spiked one and she fall asleep with the men. The other ladies reportedly stole valuable items like laptops and phones belonging to the county officials then left Leah with the men in a devastating state. Today morning, they were rescued by police officers and rushed to a nearby hospital. They have been treated and released but police officers are still holding Leah since she has a case to answer concerning their evil plans. She will have to mention her accomplices.
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