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Couple arrested for turning neighbour's daughter into a prostitute

By Fay Ngina | April 23rd 2020

A couple in Lunga Lunga, Kwale County were arrested by the police after they allegedly turned their negibour’s daughter into a commercial sex worker.

According to K24 digital, the 13-year-old girl went missing in late December and efforts by the parents to trace her went futile.

Almost four months later, the girl’s father says that he was alerted by one of the daughter’s teacher about the whereabouts of the minor.

The teacher told the girl’s father that her daughter had been spotted in their neighbours compound severally.

“Yesterday, I bumped into my child’s teacher, who informed me he had spotted her several times at my neighbour’s compound. At 4pm, I went to the said-couple’s house and found my girl,” said the father.

After finding her daughter, the class four pupil revealed to her dad that the couple, Mwalewa Kombe and his wife, rented a room for her where men would sleep with her in exchange for money.

The girl also revealed that the couple would take all the money after the men left.

Mwalewa Kombe and his wife were arrested and taken to Lunga Lunga police station for questioning after the girl’s father reported the matter.

Josphat Biwott, the Lunga Lunga Deputy County Commissioner, said that investigations have already been launched adding that they were looking for a prominent business man who paid to sleep with the girl.

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