The family of Irene Gakwa continues to live in agony following the mysterious disappearance of their kin whose whereabouts remain unknown even though his boyfriend has been arrested to help detectives trace her.
The 32-year-old woman in February and the police based in Gillette in the state of Wyoming have launched a probe into the disappearance as Nathan Hightman continues to spend time in police custody.
Details have however emerged of the last message that Irene Gakwa send her family members on March 3 before she went missing with detectives establishing that his husband had forced her to move from Idaho to Wyoming.
In the messages, Gakwa had confided to her family that she would be moving to Texas since she did not like living in Gillette and was last seen through a video call made to her parents on February 24.
Nathan Hightman and Irene Gakwa met on a dating site where the latter was a nursing student and had stayed in the US since 2019.
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