Cases of abduction have been on the rise and parents are warned to be extra careful with their children during this period. This is because a lot of missing children are posted on social media daily and locating them sometimes proves too elusive.
Sheila Jerotich. Picture courtesy.
This 15-year-old girl went missing on Sunday and has not been heard from since then. The family is appealing to anyone that might have knowledge of her whereabouts to contact them or the nearest police station immediately.
The girl was last seen at African Inland Church, AIC Itigo on Chepkoilel, University of Eldoret. This was on Sunday afternoon and since then no one has seen or heard from the girl who is a high school student.
She is a student at Kapkenda Girls and schools are about to reopen as parents don't know her location. This is extremely hard on the parents and we sincerely hope that by covering this story, someone might spot her and alert the authorities.
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