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Sonko offers a sh. 100K bounty on info about woman who dumped newborn in city.

Nairobi Governor Mike Mbuvi Sonko has offered a Sh. 100,000 bounty on anyone who will forward information about a woman who delivered a baby boy and later dumped him on a city street before attempting to strangle it to death.
In a post on his official Facebook Page, Sonko said it was rather an unfortunate incident and would never tolerate ‘such nonsense’ in Nairobi.
“I know it’s very wrong to post such photos on social media but I have been saddened by a woman who delivered a bouncing baby boy and abandoned him after tying the baby with a tight  rope on the neck, maybe trying to hang strangle him to die. Luckily the baby was rescued by a Good Samaritan and rushed to Mukuru Kwa Reuben Maternity Hospital where the rope on the neck was removed and some first aid done on him,” he said in a statement.
The baby was later transferred to Mama Lucy Hospital where doctors are trying to save his life.
The matter has been reported at Mukuru Kwa Reuben Police Post Vide OB No. 32/9/3/2019.
He strongly condemned this inhumane act and offered a reward of sh. 100,000 to anyone who will give information that will help the police apprehend the culprit.
“I wish instead of doing this to an innocent angel the mother had come reached out to well-wishers for help in raising him. Let us pray for the baby to survive and lives to achieve the purpose for which God created him,” the governor concluded in his statement.

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