Mary Nduku the grandmother to eight year old Maryann Nduku says her daughter disapeared on January 3rd after she had dropped her off at Niuthland Pangani to pick a bus that was to take her to her boarding school in Rongai.
According to to Nduku, she left her granddaughter under the care of the teachers who were present at Pangani Niuthland Offices where children are always dropped before they can catch a bus to school.
“I even signed a paper to indicate that i had dropped my daughter and went back home to attend a church service,’ she says.
Nduku says she was informed that her daughter was missing under unknown circumstances by one of the school’s teachers at around 3PM.
“One of the teachers called me and told me that my granddaughter is missing. Upon enquiring for details she told me that one of the students saw her walk out of the gate crying but did not report. Since then they have not seen her,” she narrates.
Nduku who started looking after the eight year old girl when she was on two months old says, she is entirely blaming the school administration for the loss of her daughter following their carelessness and recklessness .
She says her efforts to get the police and school’s administration to explain to her how her granddaughter got lost in their hands have not been fruitful.
The school’s administration is yet to comment on the loss of the child.
In case of any information on the wherebouts of the child you can call 0708582103.