Two innocent angels Judy Nyakio and Teresia Njeri, were today rescued from the Jaws of a child trafficker who has been identified as one Jackson Mutinda, 31. He was arrested at a shell petrol station along Langata road while in the company of the girls.
According to a report by the DCI, the girls were rescued by Chief Inspector Justine Ouya, who is an aircraft engineer at the National Police Service Airwing. She had just landed after supplying foodstuff to troops.
She was walking along Langata road when she came across the man in the company of two girls. She immediately suspected all was not well. She confronted the man and also spoke to the minors. She established that the man was not their dad as he had alleged.
She immediately arrested the man and called the duty officer at Wilson Airport, who responded immediately. Several officers were sent to take the man to police custody.
The two children were later reunited with their parents who were from muthurwa.
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