Ruaka lady counting loses after online date turned sour

A lady in Ruaka is counting loses after what began as a chat at a popular dating site, ended up in tears. This is after she was robbed off her phone worth 25,000 and other valuables.
According to the DCI report released yesterday, the lady had met her would be lover Alfred Mumoh Bangura on Badoo dating site and after a few days of chats, they decided to meet up physically and get to know each other better.
They later met at a petrol station at in Marurui Nairobi and together, they drove towards Kahawa West in the suspect’s vehicle.
However, along the way the suspect turned against her and robbed her off her valuables, leaving her in distress.
Upon reporting the suspect to the police, DCI detectives immediately went on the suspect’s trail and arrested him on Wednesday. The suspect was found to be a foreigner from Sierra Leone, but did not have proper documentation.
The suspect was yesterday arraigned in court and is currently remanded at the Industrial Area Prison.

The DCI have warned Kenyans against meeting on blind dates with strangers unaccompanied. This is following rise in cases of abduction and theft from the involved individuals.
In another case, In a ruling made against a paedophile who defiled children in need of care and protection in Kenya, a U.S based court in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania yesterday sentenced Gregory Dow, 61, to 15 years, 8 months in Prison and a lifetime of supervised release.
In an announcement made by acting United States Attorney Jennifer Arbittier Williams, Dow was also ordered to pay over Ksh1.7 Million in restitution for sexually abusing four minors in an orphanage which he operated with his wife in Boito, Bomet County.
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Investigations conducted by DCI’s Anti-Human Trafficking and Child Protection Unit and the FBI revealed that Dow, had sexually abused at least four minors between October 2013 and September 2017, before his dark secrets were unmasked. He then fled Kenya to Lancaster County in the U.S.
Following the revelation which was unearthed by NTV investigative series, DCI officers with the help of the U.S Embassy, the FBI and other Multi agency teams were hot on his trail.
Ironically, Dow had established the Children’s Home under the guise of Christianity, with financial support from Churches and Faith-based organizations from the U.S.
DCI boss George Kinoti has warned all members of the public in engaging in such activities and stated that the long arm of  law will catch up with them.
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