Lucy Wanjiku is a mother of three kids and she mourns the day her autistic son disappeared from their home in Witethie, Juja in Kiambu county four years ago.
According to Lucy, this is not the first time her son is running away from home, a similar incident happened some years ago but she managed to find him in a children's home.
On this particular day, she went back at home as usual but his son by the name Eric Kibe Karanja was not at home. She immediately alarted her neighbours who helped her to look for him.
Kibe was no where to be seen, she reported the incident to Juja police station but up to date they know nothing about his whereabouts.
It's been four years since Kibe went missing and his mother's biggest fear is if he is still alive bearing in mind that this is a child who doesn't have the ability to speak. Lucy believes that she will not die before she sets her eyes on her son.
Her son went missing when he was only 10 and he is currently 14. His mother is pleading with anyone who might come across him to report to the nearest police station.
You can click here if you happen to find kibe
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