A photo of Jennifer Wambua who went missing since Friday.
Joseph Komu, an employee at the Ministry of Agriculture headquarters at Kilimo House, has now asked anyone with information on the whereabouts of his wife, Jennifer Wambua, who is the commission’s deputy communications director at the National Land Commission (NLC), to tell her to go back home.
This comes after Jennifer went missing since Friday last week after going at her place of work, then disappeared afterwards without a trace.
In a post on tuko.co.ke, it is revealed that Jeniffer left all her personal belongings that include her phone, handbag and packed lunch in the family vehicle's boot before vanishing into the thin air.
Her husband, Komu, filed a missing person report at the Capitol Hill Police Station. The police then swung into action to unveil the mystery surrounding Jennifer's disappearance.
They looked at the CCTV cameras in her office which showed that she had entered her office on the day she went missing. However, she left the office at around 10.00am with her handbag.
“We speak to each other regularly, and on that day I called her at around 10am, but she did not answer,” said Komu as quoted by Tuko.co.ke.
“If she is somewhere reading this please tell her to come home,” requested Komu.
“Already, detectives have retrieved CCTV footage at her place of work and preliminary investigations show that she entered her Fourth floor office and later left carrying her handbag, an hour later,” Komu said.
Komu further noted that the two had not fought or wronged each other in any way.
He has pointed out that maybe his wife was kidnapped as she opened the vehicle's door in the parking loot.
The Directorate of Criminal Investigations have now launched investigations into the mysterious disappearance of Jeniffer, who is a mother of three children.
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