Four men go missing in presumed abduction in a Kitengela nightclub
Police in Kitengela, Kajiado county, are searching for four men who disappeared on April 19.
The four are recognized as Elijah Obuong, 35, Benjamin Amache Imbai, 30, Brian Oduor, 36 and Jack Ochieng, 37.
The groups of the men said there were people guaranteeing a body had been seen in Emali. Police are exploring.
The missing men are said to have shown up at a nearby club and requested drinks. They were seen leaving the joint at about 3pm.
As per the individuals who saw them, they left towards the parking area where their white Toyota Imprint X was.
It isn’t clear where they went. They didn’t leave in their vehicle and can’t be reached on the telephone. Their families have revealed the vanishing to the police.
Police have visited the club and discovered the men’s vehicle still in the parking area.
On Thursday, April 22, a post requesting that Kenyans help specialists and family track down the four was shared on The Nairobi crimefree Free Society Facebook page.
The site as a rule shares wrongdoing matters in Nairobi.
Isinya subcounty police authority Anderson Njagi said a test into the vanishing of the four has been raised to the Directorate of Criminal Investigations base camp. “We don’t have such a great amount to uncover about the men yet,” he said.
As per relatives, the four are known to be old buddies. The met regularly.
Monica Wanjiru Mugo, the spouse of Ochieng, said her better half left their home in Donholm 7am and said he planned to meet his companion Oduor around.
She said she attempted to contact her better half later in the day, yet he said he would get back to her. “It is surprising for my better half to go through the night out without advising me. He didn’t return and his telephone was off the whole evening.”
“I was stunned when Elly’s relative called asking about his whereabouts as they were most recently seen with my significant other. I went to report the matter at Buruburu police headquarters, however I was prompted that I can just report the matter following 48 hours,” Wanjiru said.
She said her missing spouse was working with a visit organization before he was sacked in the Coronavirus pandemic disturbance.
He at that point began utilizing his own vehicle for vehicle recruit however was repossessed over a remarkable credit, she said.
Catherine Atieno, the spouse of Oduor said her significant other left their Embakasi home in the organization of Ochieng and Benjamin at 8am on the portentous day.
Atieno said Oduor was to returned the evening to take her for a facility audit however by his telephone was off.
“I’m so stressed in light of the fact that a year prior my better half’s dearest companion disappeared close by his other two companions. To date they have never been followed,” Atieno said.
She said her significant other was occupied with selling vehicle spare parts and vehicle recruit organizations. They have lived respectively for a very long time with two kids.
Obuong is a dad of one and lives around there. His mom Caroline said she addressed him keep going Sunday however on Tuesday she got a message via online media that he could be in harm’s way and that provoked her to answer to police.
Amache’s sibling Elvis Imbai said his sibling had informed him that he was planned to meet his sibling the day he disappeared. In the evening, he was inaccessible on the telephone.
He said his sibling had informed him of his whereabouts in Kitengela and when he saw pictures circling via online media, he decidedly recognized his sibling.
Imbai revealed the make a difference to Kitengela police headquarters.
He said his sibling, a dad of one, had a vehicle employ business. He inhabited Everest domain in Athi Stream