A Kisii family is in search of a lost son who vanished in December 2020. On Wednesday April 28, the brother to the lost boy shared a hearty post on Twitter requesting any Kenyan who know of his whereabouts to notify them.
"It's now 4 months since my younger brother went missing. He's supposed to be in Form 1. Anyone with info kindly reach me through 0715052066..." the statement reads in partial.
As established by the statement, Paulson Omare Nyakwanya, aged 15 years, was last seen on 29 December 2020 in Naisula, Kajiado county. The boy was previously spotted on Lunga-Lunga road in Nairobi on 28 December 2020 before heading to Kajiado.
Paul is reported to have disappeared from his Kisii home on 26 December 2020 after which the family forwarded the matter to Kisii Central Police station. The statement further noted that he was a form one student at Moi High School, Gesusu.
Paul's brother is urging anyone with information about him to report to the nearest police station or call the provided toll free numbers and help them reunite with the lost son.
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