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Nairobi Woman Trapped In Pizza Joint Past Curfew (VIDEO)



Wahiga shared her harrowing tale on Twitter that has since caught the eye of the whole country’s netizens and seemingly landed Pepinos Pizza along Kimathi Street in Nairobi in trouble.

Sandra Wahiga, a Nairobi woman was on Thursday evening, October 14 trapped in a pizza restaurant in the city before the 10 pm curfew and was forced to spend a portion of it in there in a case of a bad day gone worse.

Wahiga shared her harrowing tale on Twitter that has since caught the eye of the whole country’s netizens and seemingly landed Pepinos Pizza along Kimathi Street in Nairobi in trouble.

Her message was simple, get as many of her fellow Kenyans as possible to rescue her from her plight as well as the restaurant’s management or owners. 

The video seen by Viral Tea revealed her story as she had gone to the ladies room after meeting a friend at the restaurant for dinner.

Watch the video below:

However, she came out of the room and realised that there was no one in the restaurant and outside of it. To make matters worse, one of its workers had locked her in unintentionally.

“I was here as a client, went to the ladies and unfortunately I was locked in. The soldiers are outside and they say that the eatery is locked by two people and they have since gone home,” she narrated.

“I can’t sleep here, I have to go to work tomorrow. Anyone who knows someone who can help, please reach out cause the curfew starts in just like 15 minutes,” she added in the video.

The clip that was shared 19 minutes into the curfew time was widely noticed by Kenyans on Twitter (KOT) who took to the comments, quoted replies and retweeted plus liked it in droves to convince the authorities to come to her aid.

A section of users though had joked about Wahiga missing an opportunity to have bitings at the restaurant for free.

“I would have been in the kitchen eating the stock as I wait,” Muthoni Maryanne tweeted. 

“I don’t know what seems funny but truly how will you explain to your boss that the reason you are late for work is that you were locked somewhere in the ladies at an eatery in the CBD?” another user wondered.

Others wondered how she got locked up in the premises, particularly because she was with her friend.

“How your friends were comfortable leaving and waiting for you outside as they locked you in is what puzzles me,” the @firstwhitewalker tweeted.

Wahiga did get her happy ending as she announced at 1.30 am that she had been rescued by the National Police Service (NPS). She thanked them, her colleague Victor, the soldiers who kept her company throughout the ordeal as they sorted the issue and her cab driver who got her home safely.

“I also need to thank the Pepinos management, especially the branch manager, Peter. He made all the effort to apologise for the incident and took responsibility. We are still to record a follow-up statement with the Police tomorrow (Friday, October 15),” she wrote.

Here’s her video update as of Friday:





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