The Directorate of criminal investigation (DCI) arrested 44 students on the wee hours of Sunday morning while smoking bhang at the Mountain View Estate, Nairobi County.
Their host by the name Millicent Kithinji was also arrested along these school going children, who were reported to be both from primary and secondary schools. They were 18 girls and 26 boys with an age range between 14 to 17 years of age.
While at it, the criminal detectives recovered cannabis sativa (bhang) and various brands of alcohol specifically vodka. According to the police officers, these young men and women had travelled from different parts of the country in a bid to have fan at the Nairobi’s Mountain View estate.
The officers said that they have kicked off investigations in order to unravel the motive behind the misbehavior. “Investigations are ongoing to establish how the children sneaked out of their homes and travelled all that far without raising suspicions from their parents. Police also want to establish why the woman had hosted the children and how the children got to her house in Mountain View.” The DCI indicated in their statement.
The officers urged parents and guardians to be careful and monitor the kind of content their children are accessing online. This latest event at the Mountain View estate comes barely a day after seven girls re-emerged after going missing. In a video that trended online, the lady in the video was pleading with Kenyans to help her find her cousin who was amongst the six missing girls.
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However, the seven girls shocked the nation after they claimed that they just went to have fun since they were bored at home. They also blamed their parents for failing to understand them, stating that they were “analog.”