DCI have recorded a statement after arresting two love birds that had obtained money through false pretences at Embakasi police station. Reports indicate that the suspect was Enjoying herself with a new boyfriend after she had faked her abduction and demanded 200k from her husband. Brian Mutuku Recived a mysterious phone call from suspected abductors that asked him to send money in order for his wife Jane Wairimu to be set free on September 17th.
Lady Arrested After She Was Found Enjoying Life With ' Mpango Wa Kando' Days After Faking Abduction.
Brian Mutuku husband to Jane Wairimu Ndung'u received a call couple of days ago from alleged kidnappers wanting him to send Sh200000 as ransom. As reported by Mpashogram, Jane had planned with her ' Mpango Wa Kando' called Richard so that they can fake her abduction and source money from Brian who was working.
A married lady who eloped with a youthful man and claimed to have been abducted was nabbed by flying squad sleuths. Jane Wairimu Ndung’u went missing last Friday, September 17, leaving her spouse Brian Mutuku in distressed condition. That fateful day as he was taking his next step, a distressed Mutuku got a call from his sweetheart who seemed to have been held hostage, arguing that she was abducted by unknown men who were asking for Sh200,000 ransom.
A married woman by the name of Jane Wairimu Ndung'u is said to have eloped with a younger lover who is a taxi driver in Nairobi on the 17th of September this year. Picture four. Image used for illustration. The taxi driver, identified as Richard Mogire took the married woman to Malaa, where they enjoyed themselves until the long arm of the law caught up with them.
After DCI detectives learned of the hidden plot, they arrested a married woman who eloped with a younger lover and claimed to have been kidnapped. Jane Wairimu Ndung'u vanished on September 17, according to reliable reports released on Thursday, September 23. Her husband, Brian Mutuku, is concerned about her whereabouts.
Detectives from the directorate of criminal investigation department have arrested a married woman for stagging her abduction with a young man believed to be her secret lover.The woman had claimed to have been kidnapped leaving her husband worried on her whereabouts. Brian Mutuku received a call from his wife claiming to have been kidnapped by unknown people who were demanding two hundred thousand shillings as ransom.Jane Wairimu Ndung'u claimed that she was kidnapped as she was walking along Loita street in Nairobi central business district.
A Woman Lies to Her Husband She has Been Kidnapped. Spends Time with “Mpango wa Kando”. A woman by the name of Jane Wairimu is at the hands of the DCI after lying to his husband that she had been kidnapped. The woman went with a younger man, who was a taxi driver to his one-bedroom in Malaa making his husband, Brian Mutuku worry about her whereabouts.
Police arrested a married woman named Jane Wairimu Ndung'u on Monday who run away with younger man and claimed to have been abducted. Jane disappeared on September 17, who left her husband by the name Brian Mutuku worried of whereabout her. Director of criminal investigation said that Mutuku received a call from Jane claiming to have been kidnapped by unknown people who were claiming cash amounting to 200,000(two hundred thousand) Kenya shillings for freeing.
Over the recent days there have been an increase in the rate of abductions with some being found dead days later. This new development has made the Detectives from the director of criminal investigations (DCI) to try to crack the syndicate and know the reason behind the certain increase.
[Photo courtesy] There is never a dull day on the Kenyan social media scene and this time around the Directorate of Criminal Investigations through their official Twitter handle exposed a married who slipped away from her husband and later claimed to have been kidnapped. The woman identified as Jane Wairimu Ndung’u disappeared on September 17, 2021, leaving her husband Brian Mutuku worried about her whereabouts.
Flying Squad Nab Man who Eloped With a Married Lady After Faking Abduction to Milk Cash from Husband
Detectives in Nairobi are investigating an incident where a cab driver and a married woman eloped after the woman faked abduction and demanded for ransom from her husband. According to reports by DCI, the woman identified as Jane Wairimu Ndung'u who eloped with his younger lover Richard Mogire were arrested on Wednesday evening in Sagana area where they were staying with Mogire, his 21-year-old girlfriend and Wairimu.
DCI headquarters. (Image/courtesy) In an effort to run away from debts, Jane Wairimu is said to have faked her kidnap, then made her kin and husband to send money. Eventually, it has been established that the woman who claimed to have been kidnapped at Nairobi's Central Business District was not actually kidnapped, but had eloped with another young man, known to be a cab driver.
Two women and one man will be arraigned in court tomorrow over fake kidnapping allegations. Brian Mutuku, a distressed husband, filled a missing persons report on September 17 after his wife, Jane Wairimu, failed to come back home. Jane called her husband and claimed to have been kidnapped along Loita street by thugs who were demanding a ransom of Sh200,000.
Photo Credit: Getty Images Detectives arrested a married woman who eloped with a younger man and claimed to have been kidnapped this evening. Jane Wairimu Ndung'u went missing on Friday, September 17, leaving her husband Brian Mutuku concerned about her whereabouts. That night, as Mutuku was contemplating his next move, he received a call from his wife, who sounded panicked, claiming to have been kidnapped by unknown people and demanding Sh200,000 in ransom.
Image Courtesy | Kenyans News According to a police report as obtained by Citizen Digital, the woman Jane Wairimu is said to have gone without a trace on Friday September 17, leaving her husband Brian Mutuku distressed on her whereabouts. As the husband told the police that night, Mutuku received a call from the wife who sounded worried, claiming that she has been kidnapped by strangers in the middle of the city while walking down Loita Street in Nairobi.
Detectives from the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) have arrested three human beings, two women and a man in connection with a faux-kidnapping. According to a police file received by means of Citizen Digital, on September 17, a married woman named Jane Wairimu eloped together with her more youthful lover, Joseph Mogire, leaving her distressed husband terrified and harassed.
A married woman who claimed to have been kidnapped after eloping with a younger guy has been apprehended. Jane Wairimu Ndung'u vanished on September 17, leaving her husband Brian Mutuku concerned about her safety. That night, as he was debating his next step, Mutuku received a panicked call from his wife, who claimed to have been kidnapped by unknown individuals who demanded Sh200,000 in ransom.She claimed she was abducted while walking down Loita Street in Nairobi's core business district.
The Director of Criminal Investigation (DCI) is yet to unravel how a married woman who allegedly kidnapped herself eloped with her younger boyfriend and his girlfriend. The woman is said to have eloped with the lover and lied to her husband and family that she had been kidnapped.
A woman identified as Jane Wairimu is alleged to have eloped with a younger man who is a cab driver and claimed to have been kidnapped. She disappeared last Friday, September 17 without telling anyone where she was going, not even her husband. The husband who was identified as Brian Mutuku was left worried on her whereabouts.
Detectives from the Directorate of Criminal Investigations have apprehended a lady who allegedly pretended to be abducted in order to spend time alone with his partner. According to allegations from the Directorate of Criminal Investigations, the suspect, Jane Wairimu Ndung'u, allegedly went missing on September 17th, leaving her husband concerned.