Panic As University Of Nairobi Female Student Mysteriously Disappears A Day Before Valentines
By Bowlingforsoup | self meida writer
Published 14 days ago - 14435 views
Esther Githendu is a mother in anguish after her grown up daughter went missing couple of days ago. Katrina Jurgen a full time student at the University of Nairobi who is studying for a bachelor's degree in economics and statistics is missing for two days now.
Sources indicate that Katerina was last spotted on Friday at around noon headed to Nairobi's CBD from her home in Ruaka Kiambu county.
Her phone is currently switched off and efforts by family and friends to reach her are so far unfruitful. It's yet to be established whether her phone is deliberately switched off or it's as a result of the battery going off.
Her mother Esther is pleading with anyone with information about her wherebouts to come forward. Cases of university female students going missing and thereafter being found deceased are not entirely new in the country. We hope the family is able to locate her in good health.
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