The uncle to two orphans who lost their parents in a grisly road accident is currently unavailable forcing the police to search for him after barricading doors and the gate. The police were acting on orders from a Mombasa based court judge who ordered the immediate return of the children to their home.
According to Tuko.co.ke digital news media, their uncle identified as Nyamweya went underground after the maternal aunt who was taking care of the children was chased from accessing the compound. Talking to the media at the hospital, she accused the man of locking the doors and secretly working on mechanisms to grab the deceased's wealth from the surviving children. Police officers assigned to trace the man believe he disappeared immediately he got word that he was wanted for the malicious spectacle.
The deceased engineer was said to be wealthy and owned millions in real estate properties and money in his accounts before he met his untimely death in an accident. The family of six were hit by a trailer while going to his native home for Christmas holidays.
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