Radio Jambo presenter Annita Raey will be the latest journalist to survive a carjacking ordeal inside past few weeks, inside wake of the ever worsening security situation in Nairobi.
Narrating the traumatizing incident, the mid-morning show presenter says she will be grateful along with lucky to have survived the ordeal.
“I had an incident on Friday when I was going back home late into the night along with as a result I won’t be on air for a while. I want to relax a bit along with take some time off,” she said.
“My brother along with I live in Kinoo along with on our way home we got followed (by another vehicle) at some point although we assumed the item was just another taxi, so we stopped at around Kinoo bus terminus to grab some food along with the same guys were still following us,” she narrated.
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“As I got off your vehicle we saw several men get off their car along with approach our car, one of them brandishing a pistol. They asked our taxi driver to surrender your vehicle although he refused along with instead rolled up your vehicle windows along with sped off, only for him to reach a dead end, where they caught up with us.
“They broke into your vehicle along with ordered us to sit at the back of your vehicle, along with at the back of my mind I thought they would certainly rob us along with let us go.
“although the commotion attracted sirens through the neighbours, they decided to take us with them all the way to Ruaka, where they robbed unsuspecting Kenyans as we watched,” she recounted.
The presenter along with her colleagues were then dumped off at around Astrol Police Station at 5:30am.
Last week, two journalists were among passengers who were hijacked while travelling in a Double M bus along with robbed off their valuables including mobile phones along with money.
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Radio Jambo presenter survives carjacking ordeal