The Directorate of Criminal Investigations has this afternoon revealed details of a kidnapping that happened in Nairobi's Muthurwa Estate. Picture courtesy. Chief Inspector Justine Ouya. Two girls aged three and four years had been lured by one 31-year-old Jackson Mutinda from their home with the promise of a free soda.
Photo Courtesy. Two innocent angels Judy Nyakio and Teresia Njeri, were today rescued from the Jaws of a child trafficker who has been identified as one Jackson Mutinda, 31. He was arrested at a shell petrol station along Langata road while in the company of the girls.
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.
Suspected Kidnapper, 31, Arrested For Allegedly Kidnapping Two Girls Aged 3 And 4 Along Langata Road
A 31-year-old suspected kidnapper was arrested by police for allegedly kidnapping two girls aged 3 and 4 along Langata Road, Nairobi County. The two girls aged 3 and 4 were yesterday evening saved by a security officer from a kidnapper who had kidnapped them from their home and was taking them to an unknown place.
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.
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 ferrying them to an unknown destination. The innocent angels had been lured from their home as they played by one Jackson Mutinda, 31, who was arrested at shell petrol station along Langata road, as he walked with the girls to a yet to be established location.
Justine Ouya, Chief Inspector, works on a Mi-17 Police troop carrier photo credit-Facebook Chief Inspector Justine Ouya has been praised for saving two young girls, aged three and four, who had been kidnapped and brought to an unknown location by a guy. Chief Inspector Justine Ouya's maternal instincts led to the arrest of a suspected kidnapper and the subsequent rescue of two children.
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