Security Agencies in Taita Taveta County are currently investigating some incidents where long distance truck drivers are being killed mysteriously. Detectives have revealed that some drivers operating through Mombasa to the landlocked countries via Malaba boarder have lamented how they are being attacked while on their journey.[Photo Courtesy]
After a series of Investigations, the detectives have revealed that there is a group of five women who are involved in luring the drivers into their untimely death. It is believed that some young and good looking women are the ones that are killing the drivers.
They will wear nice outfits and wait for the truck drivers who usually travel at night to arrive. They will then ask to be offered with a lift while others will offer to give the driver some 'session' inside the truck.
The woman then happens to have another gang of fellow syndicate whom they work together. They will then force the driver to give them everything that he has. In return, the driver is either killed or he escapes with injuries inflicted by those syndicate.
Other women will even siphon the petrol from the truck for their own benefits. The detectives have so far arrested two women who are involved in the acts of killing truck drivers. Drivers have also been advised to be more vigilant and not to carry any unauthorized passengers inside their trucks.
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