Nairobi News

NewsWhat's Hot

Parents’ agony after teenage girls pack clothes and vanish in city centre

Three parents from Kiambugi Village in Murang’a County are in shock after their three teenage daughters disappeared the same day.

Sharon Wacuka 14, Teresiah Muthoni Irungu, 16 and Immaculate Muthoni, 16 are Form One students at the Giathiya secondary. Their disappearance on Sunday remains a mystery.

The parents; Grace Njoki, Rosemary Wanjiru Irungu and Catherine Wawira said the girls told them that they were going to church. That was the last time they saw their daughters.

According to the three women, the girls were last seen at OTC bus station in Nairobi by a neighbour who was in the city that day.

The neighbour saw the teens at around 6pm carrying bags. They told the neighbour they were waiting for someone so as to travel back home.

“The neighbour heard they were missing and told their parents. We wonder who took them to Nairobi. They have never left the village,” said the women.

Grace said after she was alerted by the other parents, she checked through her daughter’s room and realised her suitcase and some clothes were missing.

The parents have reported to the authorities.