Many people have been missing of late sending their family members in to frustrations. A family is still finding hard to come to terms that they have never seen their son seventeen years on.
The family in Sipili, Kio village in Laikipia West is in agony after their son identified as Peter Kinja Kiguta got lost in early 2004. According to a post Shar on Facebook, Peter is a son to one David Kiguta and Teresiah Njeri and he was a hawker in Juja before his disappearance. Reports have said that anyone who can find him will get a reward of Ksh 200,000.
It is said he was last see in Kutus, Kirinyaga County. Recently two families in Embu were also in pain after their sons vanished mysteriously. It is believed that the standard eight and form four candidates went missing in unclear circumstances and their families' attempts to look for them has been hard.
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