Sichei was found safe yesterday after almost a week of disappearing and leaving his friends suspecting that he could have been kidnapped following the elections that turned chaotic due to claims that there were plans to interfere with the results. He switched off his phone after calling his friend claiming that he was being held inside a room near the school's gate.
Speaking to NTV Kenya today, Sichei alleged that he had received threats and was relaxing somewhere to cool down his mind.
He is now under 24-7 police protection.
Students who were planning riots to protest his disappearance have been asked to relax now that he is back in the institution.
Mombasa county commander Stephen Matu said people should stop spreading false rumors that the police and University adminstration could have abducted Sichei.
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