Kenyan lady loses ksh25,000 and other valuables to foreigner she met on dating site
By Olusabeti | self meida writer
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DCI have arrested a man who is a foreigner from Sierra Leone after he robbed a lady he met on dating site.
According to a post on Facebook by DCI, Joyce Mbali from Ruaka is counting her losses after she lost Ksh 25,000 and other valuables to Alfred Mumoh Bangura. The two met on Badoo dating site and after a few days of chats, they decided to meet up physically and get to know each other. They later net in a petrol station in Marurui and they drove towards Kahawa West in Alfred's vehicle. Along the way, Alfred turned against Joyce and robbed her the named valuables.
Detectives went on his trail and arrested him yesterday. He was found to be a foreigner from Sierra Leone and did not have proper documentation. He is currently at Industrial Area prison.
Screenshots of the postPhoto of Alfred
This is a warning to most of is who are using social media platforms and dating sites. Let us be warned. Do not meet a stranger singlely.
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