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Panic As KWS Chief Inspector Reportedly Dissappears On His Way to Nairobi from Marsabit

The family of Francis Oyaro is currently searching for him weeks after he reportedly went missing under unclear circumstances while he was heading to Nairobi from Marsabit.


According to the reports given by a reliable source of information, it has been revealed that the victim who is also a chief inspector of the Kenya Wildlife Service was on his way to Nairobi before he went missing before getting to his destination.

Untill the time of his disappearance, the 45 year old is reported to have been the chief inspector of Kenya Wildlife Service who was situated in Marsabit and Kenya was heading to Nairobi for unknown reasons using the KWS vehicle before he failed to show up at his destination.

Due to this reason, the family of the victim along with the Kenya Wildlife Service have called upon any Kenyan who might know about the whereabouts of the victim or have any information that could lead to his location to report it to the nearest police station for more investigation.

At the same time, the family of the victim have given a number which should be used by any kenyan who might have any links that might help them find the missing man.

This is happening at the same time when a number of kenyans along with politicians have called upon the director of criminal investigations along with the inspector General of police, Hillary Mutyambai to address this issue.

In the past few months, a number of prominent persons have gone missing under unclear circumstances. In a similar incident, a number of business men from Mombasa were Abducted by people who dressed like police officers in broad daylight.

However, some of them were allegedly returned to their family members days after their abductions. For this reasons, Kenyans have called upon the director of criminal investigations to reveal what is happening in the country.

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Francis Oyaro Hillary Mutyambai KWS Kenya Wildlife Service


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