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Tears Flow as Mother To Missing GSU Cop Makes An Emotional Appeal to President Uhuru

The family of a GSU cop based in Ruaraka is still crying for help as they try to find their missing kin months down the line.

Joseph Otieno, who was in charge of armoury within the camp, was last traced at around 11pm on July 9, 2021. He has been missing for approximately six months.

The officer's mother, Jane Otieno, made a passionate appeal to Uhuru- seeking to find her son at whatever cost.

"I pray President Uhuru Kenyatta to help me get my son back, dead or alive," she stated.

According to family they will be conducting some burial rites if he is never found, however they are still crying for closure.

Otieno went missing after he toured a supermarket along outering road in Ruaraka.

This was the last place his phone signal was traced down before he vanished.

Days after his wife made a missing person's report at Kasarani Police station, Otieno's hired car was found abandoned in mwiki with the officer yet to be found.

Otieno's case adds to the number of missing security personnel with another famous official and politician Mwenda Mbijiwe yet to be found.

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GSU Jane Otieno Joseph Otieno Ruaraka Uhuru Kenyatta


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