We have witnessed several cases in our country of missing children and severe murdering cases of innocent toddlers. However, when Kenyans unite for a good reason, nothing can get in their way until the mission is complete.
This reflected today when the alleged lady by the name suspected of abduction of a 6-year old girl when the passengers frog marched her to the police station when she was questioned over kidnapping because of the endlessly crying girl she owned.
According to the sources, the police officers from Makindu police stations in Makueni county have arrested a middle-aged lady named Sarah Sensoria after she was suspected of trafficking a 6-year-old girl from Kilifi county to Nairobi.
Following the news from Kamba radio stations, Musyi Fm, the incident happened at 3 Am when the passengers noticed that the 6- year-old girl was crying painfully, calling her mother's name for many hours. Nonetheless, the alleged lady was suspected of kidnapping the girl from Kilifi and taking her to Nairobi.
What made the passengers suspicious is that the suspect did not seem to know the young girl's name, prompting them to suspect the girl was abducted. See some of netizens reactions over the incident;
Meanwhile, the updates of the suspect and how she ended up with a young girl remains unrevealed as the police officers are continuing with investigations. The suspect remains in custody in the Makindu police station as further studies are carried on.
For instance, children both young and old continue to disappear under mysterious circumstances. Posters and flyers announcing lost children are all over the estate, walls, gates, and electricity costs.
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