The disappearance of a child causes great pain to a mother.
A woman identified as Tina Sammy has opened up about how her nine months old son disappeared mysteriously on 26th April 2021.
Tina sells wigs online. On that day, she happily received a call from a client who wanted to come for a wig at her house.
The woman came with her teenage daughter. They stayed at Tina's house for 7 hours.
In the evening, the woman sent her teenage daughter to go and buy diapers for Tina's son. The teenager went to the shop while holding Tina's son. When they overstayed at the shop, the woman told Tina she would go and check on them.
She stayed away for over 30 minutes. That is when Tina became suspicious and decided to go to the shop where they had gone to buy diapers and upon reaching there, they were nowhere to be seen.
A CCTV footage of the area showed that the woman quickly boarded a boda boda with Tina's small baby and the teenage girl.
Tina is now appealing to Kenyans who might have seen her baby to report to the nearest police station. She hopes to find the baby as soon as possible.
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