Imagine this, your father says he has gone to look for money to help bury your grandmother and he never returns for over 20 years.
Well, a family is still confused as to what happened to one of their loved one 20 years ago after he came to Nairobi in search for money.
The family of Manase Ndegwa Gitau is requesting for all kenyans who could have any information that would lead them to their father to reach out.
It's alleged Manase went missing back in 2001 after visiting his then sick mother the late Milka Wanjiru at Kenyatta National Hospital.
According to Mary Ndegwa, a daughter to Mr Manase, the 69-year-old father of eight was to travel to Nyanza to join other family members in preparations for the burial of their mother who had succumbed at the hospital, he never arrived at home.
The family has been through thick and thin trying to look for their dad who mysteriously vanished into thin air without a trace.
Mary: "Dad's last words were that he went to look for money and was to come back, according to my mum. We are looking for him because we miss parental guidance in our lives and his grandchildren want to meet him too.
The young lady said they are all doing amazing right now and can be able to support him with all he needs.
Cases of people mysteriously dissappearance across the country have been on the rise with a huge number found dead under some unclear circumstances.
We hope that the young lady finds her dad and spends more time with him. Its good to have closure other than living in a mystery.
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