Kenya is currently going through a moment of increased cases of people dissapearing under inexplicable circumstances. It's too unfortunate that most of these people have always been retrieved when murdered or in critical condition. This is something that creates panic among most people when someone goes missing at any provided time.
As this happens, there is another student who is reported to have gone missing around Eldoret Town. According to what his family revealed on Facebook Nairobi Crime and Crime Free Facebook page, they said that the boy is called James Mwiso Vala.
They live at Langas Estate at Kasarani in Eldoret Town located in Uasin Gishu County. They are searching for their form two students who is a student at Wareng Highschool in Eldoret Town. The father is called Paul Matheka. He is reported to have last been seen at Langas Estate in Eldoret. A number has been released for anyone who finds him can call or reach nearby police station.
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