A lady by the name Elizabeth Musembi has been arrested after she was busted stealing a child from KNH maternity ward where she pretended to be expectant.
According to Elizabeth, her uterus was removed due to medical issue and therefore she cannot conceive her biological child.
She went ahead claiming that a lady had promised to help her by giving birth for her but when she arrived at KNH, the lady had already ran away and therefore she decided to get one of the babies who are abandoned in the hospital by their mothers but she was arrested before she managed to get one.
Elizabeth says that she had no intentions of stealing a child she only needed to be a mother of an abandoned child.
According to the police officers who arrested her, Elizabeth could have used the right method to get a child rather than being busted at maternity ward pretending to be pregnant.
The area police boss claims if they did not manage to arrest Elizabeth on time, she could have ran away with a child.She was taken to police station awaiting to be arraigned in court on Monday.
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