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 pilot cop rescued two toddlers from a kidnapper in Nairobi's Langata district earlier today. The two kids, who were three and four years old at the time, were saved from a man who was ferrying them to an unknown location. The girls were enticed from their home while playing with a man identified as Jackson Mutinda, 31, according to a report provided by DCI Director George Kinoti on Monday.
A family is mourning the death of one their kin after a 12-year-old boy fell into a deep hole at Ouya village in Bondo Sub-County in Siaya County.The boy identified as William Otieno was pronounced dead moments after he was removed from the 70 feet deep hole.Villagers joined rescuers to remove the boy from the hole but the boy suffered broken head and spine cord.