The disappearance of four Ken identified as Jack Ochieng' aged 37, Benjamin Ombaye aged 30, Brian Oduor aged 36 and Elijah Obuong aged 35 has left many questioning where they are.
It was revealed that the four disappeared after sharing a meal at Enkare. Their phones were switched off at around 2 pm the same day.
Photos of the four men
When the photos were shared on Facebook by Jackson, Kenyans penned down lessons we need to learn from their disappearance.
It was advised that Kenyans need to know mobile service providers record phone conversations. Once someone mentions some words, then action is taken.
Morever, Kenyans were claimed that deals in car hiring has alot of theft and we need to be careful when involved in the business.
It was also added that Kenyans need to learn that easy come easy go. We should always struggle and ensure we get legit money. God loves those who has legit wealth.
Kenyans also speculated that men should stop walking in groups of more than two. This is because this behaviour sounds abnormal and might land them into trouble. They should also know what their friends do for a living before hanging around with them. Any business deal they get involved in should be legit and transactions made through bank.
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We hope the men were not involved in illegal business deals and are safe wherever they are. May peace be upon their families.
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