Tangatanga camp has been thrown into panic after its top blogger goes missing after posting worrying messages on social media. His followers have swang into action to find the blogger before he makes happen what he threatened.
The Nandi-based Tirop Felix posted on his wall that dying was much better than losing the reason for living. His series of posts showed a distressed man. It has not been established what could have bothered the William Ruto die-hard supporter.
1."Death is nothing else but going home to God So let me go to my father's home,".2. "Losing your life is not the worst thing that can happen. The worst thing is to lose your reason for living,". 3. Life's so much simpler when you're dead! Period,". These are among other posts the blogger posted.
His calls are not going through and his whereabouts are unknown. Those known to him took to his page to support him urging him not to take his own life.
"Anyone who has Felix Kiprotich Tirop number to send it to me kindly. I have tried to reach out to him via messenger but couldn't. He seems to be going through tough times and having suicidal thoughts," Hoseah Kiptum posted.
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