Missing Nairobi girls reveal why they cheated on their parents


The seven teenage girls who went missing on Saturday, November 14 appeared yesterday Friday with new information dispersing the reports of kidnapping and kidnapping.

The girls, who have since been tracked down by the Director of Criminal Investigations (DCI), have revealed they miss being inside since the covid-19 outbreak in March.

“I wouldn’t be here if it weren’t for the angle it all took on social media, with people stalking us,” Natalie, one of the missing girls, told reporters. after their disappearance caused a sensation.

Headquarters of the Directorate of Criminal Investigations along the Kiambu road

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The disappearance was brought to light after one of the girl’s cousins ​​recorded a video, begging TBEN to help the family search for them.

Natalie added that once the drama surrounding their disappearance subsided, they would plan another getaway for fun, adding that loved ones overreacted to the point of posting videos asking for help in locating them. girls.

“I’m sure if Shanice (one of the other missing girls) saw this video, she would laugh at it just because she doesn’t care,” Natalie said.

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She added that it was normal for Shanice Muoka to disappear and appear whenever she felt like it.

“She calls one of us and we beg her to come home. We know the contacts on the other side of the head,” Natalie added.

The girls further stated that their parents were “analogous” and did not understand.

At around 4 p.m. on Friday, detectives from DCI’s Child Protection Unit announced that they had rescued three girls suspected of being among those missing.

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Speaking to reporters, Shanice’s mother claimed that there is a group of human traffickers who recruit young girls into their gang.

“I’m told about 20 girls here are in the ring but we don’t know their master yet, although we suspect one of us. They target bright girls. All of these girls had over 400 out of 500 points in KCPE (Kenya Certificate of Primary Education Examinations), ”she said.

She added that before her disappearance she had removed all of her phones and computers.


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