The mysterious disappearance of the four Kitengela, Kajiado county men has taken another twist amid the move to try establish what resulted in their disappearance and later finding the bodies of one at the morgue in Kiambu, while another victim was reported to have been slashed and dumped along the river in a sack.
According to the reported that was recorded in different media outlets, it was alleged that the four men has linked to terror groups spurring different reactions from their families who waited for their husbands who never returned.
While speaking to the Standard publication a couple of days ago, Isinya Sub-County Police Commander, Mr. Njagi Anderson confirmed to that the investigations into the disappearance and reported deaths had just commenced.
According to the aforementioned commander they had so little information concerning the same incident, adding that, they will probe further and try extract substantial findings for the public consumption.
“We don’t have so much to reveal about the men yet,” he told the Standard publication.
In relation to the same, Gabriel Oguda has taken to the limelight to allege that there is a fourth chap in the Kitengela quartet, who according to Oguda was reported to have been collateral damaged.
Oguda claims that the man went out to see his friend on the same very day he encountered with the disappearance, adding that Kenyans should examine their friends carefully.
“By the way. There`s a 4th chap in that Kitengela Four group who`s reported to have been collateral damage. The guy went to see his friend on that day bana, only to be picked with the squad. Vet your friends carefully, you people. Vet your friends very carefully,” he took to the limelight.
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