Cases of people going missing has been rampant in Nairobi with little action from the security officers. This has impacted so much security of the area with resident now living in fear, not knowing when there time will come.
The latest incident has shocked and others left asking themselves rhetorical questions. It is a story of a kenyan businessman who left missing with no one knowing his whereabout.The man identified as Bashir Mahmoud is also said to have United States Citizenship.
He was last seen at a hotel in Lavington at entertainment joint of Miale. Mahmoud is still missing but his car found in Ngong forest in ashes. The car which is a Range Rover typed is said to have been burnt down by unknown people suspected to be those who kidnapped him.
Bashir was supposed to have a meeting before the incident but could not make it since he went missing. He is a prominent businessman who has interacted with high profile politicians including president Uhuru Kenyatta.
His family is seeking for help to get their lost kin since they can't sleep peacefully. A similar incident happened after four people went missing in Kitengela. The police are called upon to take stern action against those harrasing innocent Kenyans. We pray to God help the family of Bashir to find their lost loved one .
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