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Motherly Instincts Lead An Officer To Spot a Kidnapper Hence Saving Two Little Girls

Two girls aged 3 and 4 were last evening rescued by a police officer from a man who had abducted them from their home and was taking them to an unknown destination.

The innocent angels had been lured from their home as they played by one Jackson Mutinda, 31, who was later arrested at shell petrol station along Langata road, as he walked hand in hand with the children. He was headed towards Karen with the minors when, Chief Inspector Justine Ouya, an aircraft engineer at the National Police Service Airwing, who had just landed from a troops resupply mission and decided to stroll along Langata road, met them. After observing him and the little girls concisely, her intuition as a police officer summed up by her motherly instincts led her to be suspicious. She immediately stopped the man and interrogated him.

Afterward, she realized that the man was not the girl's father as he had alleged. It was discovered that he had enticed the little angels from their home in Muthurwa, promising to buy them a soda. The officers immediately set off for Muthurwa, in search of the parents to the minors. She made sure to reunite them before going back to what she was doing. This move excited many. Below are some reactions.


Photo: Chief Inspector Justine Ouya at work, atop an Mi-17 Police troop carrier.

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Justine Ouya Karen Langata National Police Service Airwing

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