"Kazi Safi"Female Pilot Police Pounces on Child Trafficker After Pulling Daring Attempts on Two Kids
A Female Police Helicopter Pilot yesterday managed to rescue two girls after 3 and 4 respectively from the hands of an abductor who had deceived them with His tactics, and ferrying them to a destination that was yet to be established. The Suspect identified as Jackson Mutinda was very unlucky after He was apprehended at Shell Petroleum Station in Lang'ata road while He was making His quick movement in order to accomplish His Wrongdoings on time without the Police pouncing on him.
Dear parents kindly be careful with your children and especially warn them against strangers or accepting gifts and tokens from people they don't know.Let them play around the homestead where you can easily watch after them. DCI rescued two girls aged 2 and 4 years who who lured from their homes and being taken to unknown place.
Mothers instinct are never wrong. Two innocent girls were rescued by a police officer, an aircraft engineer from National Police Service who had just finished her shift at Wilson Airport. According to DCI reports, the two girls, Judy Nyakio and Teresia Njeri, were rescued from the hands of a child trafficker who had abducted them while playing at Muthurwa slums.
The National Police Serving Chief Inspector and an Aircraft Engineer Justine Ouya has worn the hearts of many after going beyond her work to rescue two abducted girls. Justine had just landed from a troops resupply mission and was walking with minors along the Lang'ata Road while on her way to Karen where she saw a man holding firmly two girls by their hands.
A man has been arrested while in the process of abducting two toddlers aged 3 and 4.According to the DCI report, Jackson Mutinda, aged 31 lured the two girls promising to buy them some soda drinks.The two innocent angels followed the abductor from their home.He was walking along Lang'ata road holding the two girls by their hands and heading towards Karen direction to unknown destination.photo courtesy-Chief Inspector Justine Ouya at Work