Cases of people being abducted in the country have recently gone on the rise as many families continue loosing family members. We have had some families finding them dead and dumped somewhere while other luckily manage to find them alive. This comes after the incident that happened 6 months ago following the mysterious disapearence of Kenya Defense Forces security consultant officer.
Family Agony as Mwenda Mbijiwe's Brother Results to New Tactics to Compel 'Abductors' to Produce Him
The family of missing security expert and former Kenya Defence Forces soldier Mwenda Mbijiwe are leaving in agony seven months after he went missing on June 12, last year. Mwenda's younger brother, Nicholas Bundi, as now resulted to new tactics to compel Mbijiwe's abductors to produce him whether dead or alive.
Missing ex-Kenya Air Force Commander Mwenda Mbijiwe’s brother, Nicholas Bundi, has vowed walk from his home in Meru County to the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) headquarters along Kiambu Road, as an expression of the family’s desperation to trace their kin.
Back in June 12, 2021, Former Kenya Air Force officer and security expert, Mwenda Mbijiwe went on missing under unclear circumstances. Speaking to the media on June 17, Mwenda Mbijiwe 's sister, Tamara Mbijiwe, stated that they last heard from Mwenda on Saturday, June 12.
The former prime Minister Raila Odinga has been spending his days at the lower Eastern region namely Meru and Tharaka Nithi trying to lure in more voters from the region. Yesterday the Odm leader held several rallies in the area where some extremely huge crowds were witnessed. However, today in the morning the former prime Minister the former prime Minister appeared for an interview at the local Weru TV.
Several residents from Meru have called out the judge who Sentenced DCI Boss George Kinoti to 4 months in prison to reconsider his sentencing claiming that this was similar to putting his life in danger. Photo:Courtesy Addressing this issue, one of the spokesperson of the demonstrators claimed that it was so unfortunate that the government was allegedly trying to get rid of some of the most powerful people from Meru, in his own, he said that it started with Mwenda Mbijiwe who went missing under unclear circumstances adding that now, they are targeting Kinoti.
The family of the missing government analyst Mwenda Mbijiwe has broken the silence after ODM leader Raila Odinga's reaction over the matter. A video of Raila talking about Mwenda Mbijiwe was given different interpretations on social media, with a section of Kenyans asking the DCI to have Raila shed more light on his disappearance.
Missing security expert Mwenda Mbijiwe’s brother, Nicholas Bundi, has undertaken a tough task to raise awareness and pressure the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) to provide answers on his missing kin. Bundi met journalists on Monday, January 3, at Chogoria, Tharaka Nithi County, and revealed that he will be traveling on foot to the DCI headquarters in Nairobi to seek an audience with the DCI boss, George Kinoti.
Mwenda Mbijiwe has been missing for 4 months now. Members of a University of Nairobi no Class of 2015 WhatsApp group were shocked when he recently left the group. It is puzzling that when police recovered the car Mbijiwe had hired, they never found his phone. According to Mbijiwe’s sister, Tamara, Mbijiwe’s phone was last traced to Thika, according to information provided to her by the police.
This is one point Raila could have never said anything - The Mbijiwe case! There are some very sensitive issues that anybody should think twice before uttering anything. One of those issues is death. But on this particular case, this man is a soldier who has been missing for sometime.
Photo Courtesy. Incidents of Abductions and illegal disappearances have been on the rise in the last few months with many families left in the dark about the whereabouts of their children. A few months ago, the family of security expert Mwenda Mbijiwe reported the disappearance of their son who had just left Nairobi and was heading to his home in Meru.
Jane Gatwiri, who is an alleged mother to Mwenda Mbijiwe, wants Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) leader Raila Odinga, to give satisfying explanations remarks on the disappearance of her son. On Wednesday, October 20, Gatwiri lamented that Raila’s interview caused panic and anxiety within the family who has been searching for the former Kenya Air Force officer for nearly four months.
Security analyst Mwenda Mbijiwe’s mother Jane Gatwiri is disappointed over the state organs' failure to offer information on the whereabouts of her son. Gatwiri stated that Mwenda was not a stranger to President Uhuru Kenyatta and his deputy William Ruto yet their government has done very little to find out his whereabouts.
It is two months since renown security consultant and former KDF soldier Mwenda Mbijiwe went missing. Since June 12, his family has been searching with their search bearing no fruits. His family which claims that it has run dry of funds has opted to hire private investigator to look for him.
During a past Tv interview in Meru, the former prime Minister Raila Odinga made some remarks that left many with unanswered questions. According to the former prime Minister Raila Odinga,he knew Mwenda Mbijiwe so well and its so unfortunate he was dead. However the family of the missing analyst has finally spoken wanting Raila Odinga to clarify on his statement.
The disappearance of Ex KDF soldier Mwenda Mbijiwe has now prompted the Meru community to intervene as the government continues to remain mum on the issue with the family and friends of the man now giving the state a ten-day ultimatum to produce their son whether dead or alive. The community is understood to have run out of patience with the police service in finding the security consultant who went missing on June 12 2021 with Members of the County Assembly George Kimathi and Robert Kinyua promising they will lead continuous protest until Mbijiwe is found.
Kenyans have elicited mixed reactions after former Prime Minister Raila Amollo Odinga said that security expert Mwenda Mbijiwe died. This was during his interview with Weru TV where he was informed that the expert had disappeared and there seemed to be less support from the government to the family.
Photo Courtesy. Over the last few months incidents of Abductions and kidnappings targeting high profile, individuals have been on the rise in the country with several individuals disappearing in Mysterious Circumstances with some even being found dead after disappearing. The likes Of Mwenda Mbijiwe, Mohammed Bashir, the Kitengela Four have all gone missing in the last few months.
With the Meru community issuing a ten-day ultimatum to the government of Kenya to unearth the whereabouts of their son Mwenda Mbijiwe who has been missing for a month now, his mother has now sent an emotional message to President Uhuru Kenyatta and his deputy William Ruto. The Ex KDF soldier's mother Gatwiri in an interview with Kenyans.co.ke expressed his disappointment over the state organs failure to provide information about his son since he went missing in June yet he was a well-known figure to the president and his deputy.
Speculation was rife on Friday, October 14, after missing former Kenya Air Force officer and security officer Mwenda Mbijiwe left WhatsApp groups. The ex-official, who vanished under unclear circumstances on Saturday, June 12, is yet to be found. A screen shot making rounds via online media, nonetheless, demonstrated that Mbijiwe, through his most recent mobile number, left various WhatsApp groups.