A young girl believed to be aged 12 years old had reportedly escaped from the hands of her kidnappers in Mombasa.
According to the sources, the minor was found with a good samaritan who took her to a local mosque for her safety.
She doesn't recognize her way back home either her parent's details. Currently, she is at "Abu Hamza" mosque in "Sparki" waiting to be united with her family. For the past few days, cases of children missing have been on the rise in different parts of Kenya.
Sadly no one knows where these children are taken to because in very few cases the kidnappers ask for ransom.
Reportedly they usually target kids playing outside all or far away from their homes. To avoid such cases always make sure you know where your child is and whom he plays with.
If you know her you can report to the nearest police station. Share widely.
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