The family of lawyer Ben Njau Kayai is increasingly desperate since when he went missing on 7th of February this year. Efforts to trace him have always gone in vain as days keep turning into weeks and months with no reports about him. Tbe family is complaining of not getting his whereabouts even after reporting to the police and being promised that he will be found. They are worried about the person who could have wanted the person dead by kidnapping him and still retain him alive.
The city lawyer is said to have been abducted in South C at around 5:30 pm on tbe evening. This incident is reported to have happened at Mohoho avenue where he last appeared. According to the police CCTV footage, it was revealed that he was driving his hired car before being blocked by a car in the front and rear side. That is when the abductors marched towards him.
He was removed from his car and taken into a car that had been waiting for him. The family said that the more he continues to stay away is the more they get confused and stressed up. The family said that his two sons are unable to access his accounts in order to maintain his business and pay workers since they don't have a death certificate.
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