Ahmednasir who is among top lawyers in Kenya today tweeted on his tweeter page that unconfirmed but reliable sources says that prof Abdiwahab has been released by his captors. This is after Abdiwahab has been missing for several weeks after he was seen lastly in CBD.
David Mwakabe tweeted, "Thank God his captors so no need to take his life just for his speech contributions, Prof hakuli kitu wala kunyang'anya mtu kitu, kusema ukweli tu, I think that is good news to the family and freedom of speech crusaders."
Mohamed siyad tweeted, "We also want to hear a confirmed report that LSK or GM has taken a stern legal action against the captors for illegal detention and psychological torture of the family."
Dique tweeted, "This practice & the many less known cases of extrajudicial killings MUST be stopped.The CID used to summon people. Kenya is a country of laws & any 'suspects' MUST be charged in court.Its also hard to differentiate between criminals & 'police' & anyones 1st instinct is to fight back."
Nkolo tweeted, "The terrorist has been released by Somali National police. In the meantime disclose to Kenyans who killed Jacob juma. You know them."
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