The agony of families in Nyeri whose kin have been missing for the last two weeks

The wife of Nyeri businessman Isaac Mwangi who has been missing for the last two weeks

By The Weekly Vision

The Union of Kenya civil servants (UKCS), Muslims for Human Rights (MUHURI), the NGO council of Kenya and a host of CBOs, have urged the government to investigate and stop the mysterious disappearances of Kenyans some of whom turn up dead.

The traumatized families told The Weekly Vision that they would hold Kenya Wildlife Services (KWS) responsible for whatever happens to the four young men. The families are deeply distressed and are anxious to know the fate of the four missing men who have young families. They are alarmed due to the latest trends where many of those who have gone missing turned up dead faraway places from where they were kidnapped from.

The families of the four men who were abducted at different times have now moved to court to compel state agencies to explain the whereabouts of their kin

The families of the four men who were abducted at different times have now moved to court to compel state agencies to explain the whereabouts of their kin. Muthoni said Mwangi claimed KWS rangers were trailing him for unspecified reasons everywhere he went.

Referring to recent cases in Nyeri where four men disappeared after being abducted by men in three saloon cars, and Mombasa where scores of residents have been kidnapped and killed, the UKCS secretary-general Mr Tom Mboya Odege challenged police to get to the root of the problem. He condemned the recent murder of a KMTC student and demanded action to find a 4th-year university of Nairobi engineering student. In a press statement, Odege said this “growing culture” of people disappearing and turning up dead, is a major cause for concern that should not happen in a law-abiding, peace-loving country like Kenya.

Mr Odege took issue with police for “doing too little too late” only showing up to collect bodies of those who went missing causing sleepless nights to their loved ones. He said the union has always stood for the safety of all Kenyan workers in their workstations and their homes. Mr Mohamed Kangethe of Muhuri and People Against Torture said the “youth in parts of Kenya” has become an “endangered” species owing to mysterious cult-like killings which have introduced a “parallel justice system” where “might is right!” We must be told if we have ritualists in our midst, pondered Kangethe

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