Mama Lucy Hospital worker accused of child trafficking set free

Mama Lucy Hospital worker accused of child trafficking set free
  • PublishedFebruary 16, 2021

Former Mama Lucy Hospital Superintendent Musa Mohammed, who had been accused of child trafficking, is now a free man. This is after Director of Public Prosecution Noordin Haji dropped charges against him yesterday.

Fred Lepalan and Selina Awour at Milimani Law Courts yesterday when they were being charged with several accounts of child trafficking.

Musa Mohammed was previously charged with child trafficking but it was later revealed that he was innocent. The child in this case was reported missing last year on May 3rd and was rescued by good Samaritans  and taken to the referral hospital where he later went missing at the hands of Fred and Selina.

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Musa who at the time of the child’s disappearance was acting as Mama Lucy Hospital Superintendent will now be a key witness in the case involving his juniors, Fred Lapalan and Selina Awour who are now key suspects in a child theft syndicate. The two are said to be members of a bigger syndicate that engages in child trafficking across the city.

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