As reported earlier by Sharon Madonna, seven Kenyan Teenage girls went missing on November 14th, 2020, in response to a fake casting call from an untraceable American phone number.
The young girls allegedly left their homes in the afternoon hours in Komarock estate of the aforementioned date.
“Shanise Ndunge Muoka Missing. The call was for an opportunity to audition for an undisclosed role. The call was made from +176896663236.” Reads one of the posters.
Before disappearing into the outskirts of Nairobi and posing their lives in great danger with unidentified people, reports indicate that the 7 girls were last seen in Komarock, Nairobi with a Caucasian male while others also claim that the girls were seen traveling to Mombasa.
This came after an immediate family (cousin )of one of the missing children shared a video online claiming have been missing for six days now. One of the disappeared girls was identified as Shanice Ndunge Muoka by her cousin.
A few hours after, one of the victim’s cousins shared a video appealing for help in tracing her 16-year-old cousin named Shanice Ndunge, Kenyan’s shared the video widely which resulted in three of the seven girls to be rescued by the Directorate of Criminal Investigation (DCI) detectives from the Child-protection department.
The DCI sleuths took to their official Twitter account and shared with netizens the good news while indicating that investigations are still underway as they are still tracing the rest of the four girls.
“DCI’s Child Protection Unit detectives have rescued three girls suspected to be among the ones reported missing. Efforts are in place to trace and rescue the remaining girls.” They wrote.
According to a video shared by Shanice’s cousin, the girls received an international call from this number +176896663236 offering them auditions for an identified role which has been purported to be a sex trafficking syndicate hiding under fake modeling and acting auditions to lure unsuspecting young women into their trap.