The disappearance of Jack Ochieng' aged 37 years, Benjamin Ombaye aged 30 years, Brian Oduor aged 36 years and Elijah Obuong aged 35 years has remained a topic of discussion among netizens. They were last seen at Enkare after having a lunch together.
Kenyans who are victims of con game conducted by one of the missing persons, Jack Ochieng', have shared their stories on Facebook.
Jelagat Chelsy Tenene replied to a post on Facebook. She wrote "Joshua Songok ndio huyo conman wetu amepewa lift kwa sir God." She added that Jack was found in city morgue with three gunshots on the head, though we haven't confirmed the report of it is true.
Another netizen Qoi Kamau also wrote "Huyo Jack nikikumbuka vile aliniosha mwosho mmoja few years ago, kweli karma never misses an address. Jambazi huyo."
Qoi added that when she exposed Jack, he claimed that he isn't afraid of anything and cannot refund the money.
Emmh Shih also claimed that Jack also conned her a month ago.
Do you think that what Kenyans are saying about Jack is true? Should we judge from these allegations and confessions? Feel free to drop your opinion.
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