See what detectives discovered after raiding a house in Dohnhom, Nairobi – Always stay alert in your neighbourhood.

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Transnational and Organized crime unit detectives yesterday managed to rescue twenty-nine Ethiopian nationals who were suspected to be victims of human trafficking.

Acting on intelligence reports, the sleuths based at the DCI Headquarters traced the location of the victims to a house in Sunrise estate, Donholm area in Nairobi.

After gaining access to the house, the officers found the victims holed up in one room Looking distressed and without a clue on their next destination.

Preliminary investigations indicated that the victims were being smuggled to the Middle East where they had been promised good jobs and better lives.

During the operation, a 31-year old woman identified as Geldo daldalo was arrested as the main suspect. A Motor vehicle make Toyota Alphard silver in color suspected to have ferried the victims was also detained.

The victims were taken to Buru Buru police station for holding and further identification as the suspect was detained at Muthaiga police station for processing.

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