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Avoid Free Car Lifts After A Girl Fell In The Hand Of Rapist After Accepting A Free Ride

An incident has just hit the internet where two students from Ngecha in Limuru were given a lift by a stranger. One of the two girls alighted at St Pauls University while the other one proceeded with the journey alone with the said driver.

As she was heading to Manguo secondary where she was meant to alight, the stranger drove to the bushes and allegedly raped her. He later told the girl that he wanted to kill her and dump her body in tea bushes.

True to his words, he drove the girl to Eden Tea Plantations in Kiambu Road. Luckily, the girl was able to save herself when he spotted a group of people who were doing ''Kazi Mtaani'' job in this specific road. The girl started shouting as the driver tried very hard to ensure she kept quiet.

A fight between the two was generated where the girl was able to steer the wheel and the car entered into a ditch. People coming nearby thinking it was an accident, they found a girl screaming and trying to save herself. They joined in the screams as the driver fell in the hands of the angry mob. He was given a dog beating and the mob as near to kill him when the police arrived and saved him.

He is now in Tigoni police station with his vehicle. When his car was thoroughly searched, he had frightening things such as syringes, needles, bones, knives and pangas alleged to be what he usually use in this evil behavior. The girl is currently in mediation and we wish her quick recovery.

To all the ladies out there and to everyone, i urge you to please avoid private car lift and use public means of transport. The world out there is full of evil and you may not know which kind of a person is offering you a free ride. Remember, free things are expensive.

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