DCI detectives rescue 3 of the 7 teenage girls reported missing in Nairobi
The Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) detectives drawn from the Child-protection unit have rescued 3 of the 7 girls who went missing from their homes in Nairobi a week ago.
In a statement on Twitter, the DCI said efforts to rescue the others were underway.
DCI’s Child Protection Unit detectives have rescued three girls suspected to be among the ones reported missing.
— DCI KENYA (@DCI_Kenya) November 20, 2020
The latest comes hot in the wame of a viral video posted on social media by a kin of the missing girls.
In the video, she said that her cousin and six other teenage girls had been lured from their homes by a caucasian male who had promised them lucrative auditions.
“My cousin and six others were lured from their home in the dead of the night by a man in the guise of auditions that would help them make moneu,” Fiona Kenya captioned the viral video.
The United States telephone number that had been used to communicate with the girls had gone off shortly after they went missing.
Its not yet clear whether any suspect has been arrested in connection with the girls’ disappearance amid fears that the girls may have been lured by a trafficker.
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