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Why boys are likely to get lost than girls

NAIROBI

Majority of the children who find their way to the Nairobi Children’s Rescue Centre are boys.

Why boys are likely to get lost than girls

By Sophiah Muthoni | 5 years ago

Lost, found: Boy comes back home

Lost, found: Boy comes back home

It would later emerge that when the boy, who lives in Kakamega County, left home at 6:15am on that fateful day, he set out to look for his mother who lives in Vihiga county. Lubembe wondered how the boy reached Mahanga when he has never been to the county and is convinced someone took him there.

Jackline Inyanji | 5 years ago

Son returns after father’s fervent plea

Last week, we highlighted the story of Nashon Ndeta whose family told us he had been missing for the last one year and four months.

Alex Wakhisi | 5 years ago

Man presumed 'lost' returns home after 43 years of vain wealth hunt

A man who was presumed "lost" after he left his home in Nyamaiya division 43 years ago on a treasure hunt resurfaced on Christmas Day in a wasted condition.

Denish Ochieng | 6 years ago

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