Security analyst Mwenda Mbijiwe's whereabouts have remained unknown for months.
Efforts to find out the circumstances of his whereabouts were fruitless in what appeared to be an official plot by investigators to remain silent.
Mbijiwe's mother, Jane Gatwiri, revealed that her life was in danger just days after meeting her new head of criminal investigation, Amin Mohamed.
Gatwiri says an unidentified man raided her home in Sirimon around 7:30 p.m. on November 13, claiming she was looking for work. The man further claimed that he may have been her death agent sent to kill her. She told the man that there were no jobs available for him. The man went ahead of her and asked her for an Sh50.
The man then left the property and rode a motorbike parked at the gate.
Gatwilli suspected that former DCI administration officials were plotting a deal to execute her. She claimed that her officials were not happy after meeting the DCI's new boss. Mbijiwe, a former Kenyan Air Force soldier who has spoken out in the media on national security and counter-terrorism issues, went missing under unclear circumstances on June 12 and his car was found at a coffee plantation in Tatu City. I was. Mbijiwe's car keys and personal belongings were missing.
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