Last night was a night of great joy for two Muslim families when their loved ones who had been abducted by unknown people were freed.
Picture courtesy. Abdulhakim Saggar.
One of the freed was a Mombasa businessman and tycoon whose family believed that he had been abducted by Anti Terror Police Unit on August 18th at Old Town in Mombasa.
In a widely shared video, the businessman could be seen being forced into a Toyota Hilux by the abductors who have not been identified to this day.
The businessman, Abdulhakim Saggar returned to his family yesterday morning according to HAKI Africa.
In another story...
A few days ago, Kenyans learnt of an abduction of a Muslim Scholar who had been abducted in the streets of Nairobi in broad daylight by four men who waylaid him using a pickup truck.
Picture courtesy. Professor Abdiwahab.
It's yet unclear as to the reasons why the scholar who is also a renowned businessman in the city was abducted at the time.
His family cried out to the Directorate of Criminal Investigations to help bring their loved one home from the jaws of the monsters that had abducted him.
Last night however, in a turn of events, Layer Ahmednasir Abdullahi, through his Social Media handle, revealed that the scholar had been released by the abductors.
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