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Police arrest woman who sold her baby to Tanzanian Pastor

By Caleb O Kingwara | July 26th 2019
Suspects from (Right to left) Lucresia Magabi, Jackson Onchari and Dorcas Nyanchoka in the dock at Kehancha Law court on July 22, 2019. [Caleb Kingwara/Standard]

A woman who allegedly sold her one and a half-month-old baby to a Tanzanian pastor has been arrested in Nairobi and transferred to Migori.

According to Migori CID boss Mr Njeru Nyaga the 32-year-old woman was trailed to Mathare in Nairobi where she lives. "The suspect is at Kehancha Police Station waiting to be arraigned on Friday (today)," he said.

On Monday Pastor Magabi, her assistant Jackson Onchari and Dorcas Nyonchora were arrested at Isebania and arraigned for the baby's theft.

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