The seven young girls who went missing re-emerged moments later in company of their friends claiming that they were bored and just went to have fun.
The teenage girls were the talk of the country after a woman released a video calling for help in a bid to find her cousin, a sixteen year old girl that had gone missing with her peers. According to the lady, seven girls disappeared mysteriously and she literally begged Kenyans to help her find the girl by the name Shanice Muoka.
The video trended across all social media handles with Kenyans sympathizing with the woman. The emotional woman alleged that her cousin and the six could have been sex-trafficked.
Their many attempts to try and trace the girls bored no fruits and they almost lost hopes leaving the police officers with the burden of finding the girls.
However, there were mixed reactions when the girls made an impromptu walk. One of the girls called Natalie revealed that they were hosted by one of their friends called Maria. While at this undisclosed location, they had fun, ate good food and were well dressed.
“What is the fuss all about? Why are cameras here? We were just running away from boredom during these Covid-19 times. I would not be here if it were not for the angle the whole thing has taken on social media, with people trolling us.” Said Natalie.
Her sentiments were backed by the other six girls who went missing. In their defence, they described their parents as analog since they could not understand their circumstances.
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“You guys don’t understand. Once you meet online, you build a bond beyond the worries and doubts you are raising. The questions you are asking are yours. Don’t give me undue pressure.” Natalie reiterated.