After several days of serious search of Prof Abdiwahab Sheikh Abdisamad who has been missing following kidnap allegations,light has finally been found at the end of the tunnel.
The Somali Horn of Africa Analyst and researcher who was abducted by unknown people on 8th September 2021 along Turbamn Road in Nairobi CBD has been found alive, and re-united with his family.
His abduction had caused alot of tension in the country forcing senator Abdullahi Kabreta to demand the Senate Committee on National Security, Defense and Foreign Affairs to update the country on his anonymous disappearance.
His family had also pleaded with the government to help them in exposing his whereabouts following futile search for their kin.
The scholar is said to have been arrested in broad daylight in the streets of Nairobi CBD with the reason for his abduction not known to anyone.
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