A city mum is seeking public help to locate her missing Form Three daughter who was last seen on Tuesday on her way to a Muranga school.
Ann Warui last saw her daughter as she bid her farewell to head to Kamahuha Girls for her second term.
Unknown to her, the young girl did not make it to school and was instead found stranded in Nakuru where a Good Samaritan’s family housed her for the night.
“They told us that when they found her in school uniform and a bag looking confused they asked her about her home and she seemed incoherent and so they took her to their house till Wednesday morning when she was able to give them our contacts.
SENT HER FARE
“Her uncle talked to her and asked if she would be able to board a matatu back home and she said she was okay so he sent her fare,” Warui told Nairobi News.
The Nakuru family ensured the teenager boarded a matatu and notified her uncle.
But hours after her scheduled time of arrival, she was no where to be seen.
“We do not know what happened after her arrival in Nairobi but we are still gathering information from the matatu crews to see if they can assist,” said the mother.
The Form Three student had been given fare to Muranga and Sh1,000 pocket money which she did not have when she was rescued in Nakuru.
The mother is urging anyone with information to report to the nearest police station or contact her through 0725519071 or Aunty Wambui 0700491839 or 0781808554.
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