Narok Wheat Farmer Loses KSh 800k after His Drink Was Spiked During Naivasha Outing
The prominent farmer had just sold his wheat and decided to go to Naivasha to enjoy the fruits of his hard work While merrymaking at a popular club in the area, he was easily spotted by the scheming women who spiked his drink The ladies later fleeced him the hefty cash .
Recently, cases of young and beautiful ladies spiking drinks of naive revellers have been on the rise in Naivasha town. The prominent farmer had just sold his wheat and decided to go to Naivasha to enjoy the fruits of his hard work.
In the incident that happened a fortnight ago, the man had just sold his wheat and decided to go to Naivasha to enjoy the fruits of his hard work. Unfortunately, while merrymaking at a popular club in the area, he was easily spotted by the scheming women who ended up fleecing him the hefty cash after sedating him.
Nation reported that the victim is yet to recover from the incident. The police have launched a manhunt for the ladies who are said to be sophisticated and irresistible but deep down are very dangerous. Woman drinks liquor she spiked In another incident, the Directorate of Criminal Investigations arrested Leah Mwenja who erroneously took a drink she had spiked with an intention of sedating three men. Mwenja aged 31, was found unconscious together with the three men, believed to be senior Kisumu county officials and an MCA at Shikara apartments in Nyali, Mombasa county. Earlier, the men were enjoying their drinks when a group of ladies approached their table. Wowed by their stunning looks, they beckoned the ladies to join their table.
The ladies later spiked the men’s drinks and made away with their laptops, mobile phones and other undisclosed valuables. Mwenja who had unknowingly taken the spiked drink passed out and was left behind by her accomplices. Irene Njoki Irungu In other news, DCI arrested a woman in Kiambu county for allegedly spiking revellers’ drinks with a drug and robbing them. The woman identified as Irene Njoki Irungu who plied her trade as ‘Michelle’ for fear of being unmasked was arrested on Friday, May 28, after being on the run for days. A statement from the DCI indicated the suspect who was described as notorious mostly associates with those of perceived higher social status. According to the DCI, Njoki spiked revellers’ drinks with a drug that tranquillised them for up to 12 hours, before robbing them of their money and other valuables.