In the recent past kenyans have been mysteriously vanishing under some unclear circumstances. A majority have reportedly been abducted by (ATPU) cops who suspected them of being influencers or terrorist sponsors. However in another shocking incident, a Lamu businessman who went missing on June 28, 2021, has resurfaced, according to his family.
Taimur Kariuki Hussein. [Photo/Courtesy] A man from Watamu in Kilifi county who strangely went missing without a trace in June has finally returned home. Taimur Kariuki Hussein was arrested on June 11 by the Anti-terror Police Unit (ATPU) officers near Lamu and was taken to court for terrorism related charges which were dropped 4 days later on June 18.
User There was joy and celebration at a remote village in Watamu, Kilifi County over the weekend after a man who was arrested by Anti-Terror Police Unit (ATPU) officers five months ago and later reported missing thereafter resurfaced. Taimur Kariuki Hussein,39, returned home on Saturday morning.
The family of Taimur Kariuki Hussein are seeking answers about the lost of Kariuki after the court ordered for his release. Taimur was released by Kahawa Law Courts on June 28 but he has not been found. Anti-Terror Police Unit (ATPU) are said to have arrested Hussein on June 11 2021 near Lamu.
39 year old Taimur Kariuki Hussein, lived in the US until he decided to come back home to be close to his mother Zeinab Hussein, who lives in the coastal region. (Photo courtesy/Taimur) But upon his arrival, he noticed something was amiss.Taimur's sister, claims Taimur came and told his mum he suspects some people are following him.They never took him seriously, however it turns out his fears were true.
A family in Lamu County is grateful to God after their relative who went missing in June this year returned home five months later. Taimur Kariuki Hussein was arrested by officers from the Anti-Terror Police Unit (ATPU) on June 28, and nothing had been heard about him since then.
User Families in Lamu and other parts of the Coast region are agonizing over their kinsmen who went missing mysteriously without a trace. Some of them went missing in the hands of security agencies. They were reported missing either for months or years. The following is a list of people who went missing and their descriptions.
A family in Mombasa is seeking answers after their kin disappeared moments after being released from ATPU police custody after he was arrested for unknown reasons. According to the sister of Taimur Kariuki Hussein, Fauziya they have been looking for their brother for the past four weeks. Recounting events of happening on the day Taimur was arrested by Anti-Terrorism Police Unit (ATPU), Fauziya said that they have visited almost all mortuaries looking for their brother but they effort has just hit a dead end.Fauziya further said that Taimur was arrested on 11th June 2021 by ATPU'S officers near Lamu.
A Lamu businessman who went missing on June 28, 2021, has resurfaced, according to his family.On Saturday, November 27, Taimur Kariuki Hussein resurfaced from his captors and returned back home to Watamu, Kwale County. His sister confirmed the reports via her social media account noting that Hussein called their mother on Saturday morning to inform her that he had been released.
Taimur Kariuki Hussein who went missing on 11 June this year after being arrested by the anti terrorism unit police in Lamu is back home and safe today. Information from her mother,sister Zainab Hussain and elder brother Wanyee Ahmed Kinuthia have said today that their keen is safe, in good health and relaxing at their hime in Watamu Kilifi county.
Many thoughts constantly criss-crossed the mind of 71-year-old Zeinab Hussein, whose son Taimur Kariuki Hussein went missing under unclear circumstances on June 28. “Where is my boy? Is he under the custody of police officers? Did he got involved in a road accident that made it difficult for him to come back home?”
Watamu resident Taimur Kariuki Hussein who went missing in June this year has returned home safe and sound, relatives have reported. The 39-year-old was reported missing on June 28, 2021 after being released by the Kahawa court. He was initially arrested by the Anti-Terrorism Police Unit (ATPU) on June 11 in Lamu, for allegedly resisting his arrest.