Nairobi Advocate Goes Missing, Family Demands DCI to Start Hunting For Him
By Lebo1 | self meida writer
Published 11 days ago - 6698 views
A senior advocate of the High Court and Nairobi based lawyer is missing under mysterious circumstances leading to fears of his whereabouts after reports of being abducted. The family of Ben Njau Kayai has been leaving in a worried state after their kin went missing on seventh of the month of February without a trace.
According to a Facebook post by one of the family members, Flash Mwatha who requested social media users to spread the picture of his missing relative and see if they can know his whereabouts. The lawyer was last seen at South C Estate in Nairobi County where he is believed to have been running an unknown errand before he went leaving his car behind.
Photo: Courtesy Facebook
The family made the decision to report the matter after his phone calls went unanswered prompting them to report the case at Akila police station for Directorate of Criminal Investigations to do a thorough investigation into the alleged abduction.
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