John Wangai went missing three years ago after he had an altercation with his brother. He has finally returned back home after his story was aired on Inooro TV.
According to John, he left home to avoid causing any harm to his brother where he claims he decided to walk away from his family members instead of committing suicide.
He claims that after his story was aired on Inooro TV by Simon Kibe, his friends informed him that his family was looking for him and that's when he decided to contact Simon Kibe who returned him back to his family.
He claims that life has not been easy for him because he does not have a stable job. John was shocked to find his father's grave because he left him alive while he went missing from home.
His sisters are ready to do anything to make their brother happy so that he can continue living with them. They have thanked inooro TV for bringing back their missing brother after three years of looking for him to no success.
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