Nyeri: school principal cries in public after losing vehicle in movie like robbery at birthday party ▷ Kenya News
A school principal at one of Nyeri County’s top performing girls’ high schools was grieved after unknown thieves stole his vehicle.
Teresia Wairimu was attending a birthday party for her junior teacher when the worst thing hit her.
“I had parked my Toyota Hilux in the compound but after six hours of partying and celebrations and when it was time to leave, I found my vehicle missing, at first I thought I was dreaming but alas! He was missing”. said Wiarimu.
“The thieves waited until we were busy enjoying the birthday party before they tied up the guard and took out my machine, I was out of breath after finding out it was missing,” she added.
The teacher was then advised to seek help from a renowned Tanzanian traditional herbalist Daktari Okello Nyasi wa Manyasi.
It was after she reported the theft incident to the nearest police station.
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Daktari Okello Nyasi jumped into action and, with her talent and experience, was able to locate Wairimu’s vehicle in Nairobi as the thieves planned to dump it at a ridiculous price.
“They were caught confused and feeding on grass and confused, they accepted to have stolen the vehicle after days of following me, I was shocked that one of them was my cousin,” said she declared.
They were then arrested and taken to the nearest police station where they will be brought to justice after I filed my complaint.
Have you lost your vehicle or household items? Do not wait any longer, contact Daktari Nyasi and you will not regret it.
Daktari Okello Nyasi wa Manyasi can be reached on 0755855333, call him now for assistance.
Daktari Okello Nyasi, known for feeding grass thieves like cattle, recently stunned residents of Lwakhakha, the Kenya-Uganda border, when he helped collect household items.
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The items included electrical devices found in a store that served as a hiding place for thieves who broke into homes in Kenya and sold them in Uganda.
Using his powers, Daktari managed to catch three suspects of Ugandan origin who were later turned over to Ugandan police as their Kenyan counterpart fled and the police searched for him.
The traditional doctor warned all thieves and asked Kenyans to seek his help as he is the only traditional doctor with powers to help them recover their stolen items, livestock, money and many more.
Daktari Okello Nyasi is a renowned phytotherapy researcher.
He specialized in healing people and recovered thousands of properties with his powerful traditional powers.
The herbalist also treats fibroids, stops menstrual overflow that goes beyond normal days, low sexual libido and can also lengthen manhood for proper functioning.
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“I also have medicine to protect the houses from witches, medicine to help you find a job or be called back if you had been fired before and I also restore the broken relationships to their original status,” Nyasi said. .
He got drugs to unite separated couples, forces cursed men to marry, unites children with their parents after a falling out, etc.
Okello can also get drugs that reduce the attack of COVID-19, drugs that reduce cancer and HIV-related pain, treat skin diseases, and have respiratory drugs.
“I also protect homes from evil eyes, I have drugs to keep women faithful to their husbands, drugs to increase libido in men, drugs that protect teenage pregnancy, I also fight against evil spirits, I give medicine to infertile couples and restore broken marriages, ”he said.
Dr Okello Nyasi is located in Nairobi, Mombasa, Kisumu, Kericho, Kitale, Migori, Bungoma, Kakamega, Kisii, Bomet, Naivasha, Meru, Embu, Thika, West Pokot, Lodwar, Garissa, Kajiado, Isiolo, Busia, Vihiga and more cities.
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Contact him today on 0755855333.
Source: Tuko News