Sad As A University Student Who Went Missing 3 Years Ago Is Found Mad In Nairobi Street
By Quickflash | self meida writer
Published 12 days ago - 6649 views
It is a pride of every mother when his/her child succeeds in life.
Painful story of a mother who lost her child three years ago grazed all social media eliciting mixed reactions. According to the source, the son happened to be a student at the University of Nairobi ( UON). Sources revealed that he was a bright student but unfortunately he disappeared. The efforts of tracing his whereabouts became futile.
His mother found him mad on the streets of Nairobi although the cause of his madness is not yet established. Cases of people disappearing mysteriously have become rampant in the country. Few days ago, a renowned Nairobi's businesswoman was found dead after going missing. A four- year old boy from Embu was also murdered and body dumped in the river by unknown people.
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