Featured Posts gist

SHOCKING: Man Kidnaps Son, Demands N182,000 Ransom From Wife

Kenya’s Directorate of Criminal Investigations, DCI, has announced the rescue of an 8-year-old boy who was kidnapped by his father on November 12 and used to extract a Sh50,000 ransom from his wife.

Everline Nandera, the boy’s devastated mother, told police in Embakasi that the incident happened after a marital dispute with the boy’s father, Nemwel Ondari.

“Nandera told detectives that she had left their home in Embakasi’s Tel Aviv area at the crack of dawn, headed for Muthurwa market.” A statement read

SAD: 21-Year-Old Mother Stabs Her 2 Children, Killing One Before Attempting Suicide

“But upon coming back at around 9:20am, she found her husband and son missing. A note had been left behind by the husband demanding for a ransom of Sh50,000, for the release of the boy.


“In the note, the man also warned his wife that he would kill the boy using a kitchen knife which he had carried, should she try any monkey business.

“Immediately the woman filled her report at Embakasi police station, detectives from the elite Crime Research and Intelligence Bureau (CRIB) based at DCI Nairobi area were assembled and a manhunt for the suspect was launched.

“The detectives assisted by their Embakasi counterparts traced the suspect and arrested him at the NMS Green Park matatu terminus off Haile Sellasie avenue, a few hours later.


“The detectives established that the couple had a heated argument last night and after Everline left early in the morning for Muthurwa to fend for her family, the man packed his clothes and a kitchen knife in two bags, before taking off with the innocent boy.

“The detectives pounced on the man at around 4pm, as he eagerly waited for the ransom to be deposited into his Mpesa account.


“Mother and child were reunited as the man was escorted to Embakasi police station, where he is cooling his heels awaiting arraignment.”


Follow us on Facebook




Post Disclaimer

The opinions, beliefs and viewpoints expressed by the author and forum participants on this website do not necessarily reflect the opinions, beliefs and viewpoints of Anaedo Online or official policies of the Anaedo Online.

Stories you may like