Mwenda Mbijiwe has been missing for 4 months now.
Members of a University of Nairobi 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.
“Mwenda Mbijiwe was my classmate at UoN. He went missing a couple of months ago. Were shocked in our group that HE HAS JUST LEFT the WhatsApp group today 14th October, 2021, slightly before 06:22pm!!,” Syombua Osiany wrote on Facebook sharing a screenshot of the WhatsAPP message seen by cnyakundi.com
According to Mbijiwe’s sister, Tamara, Mbijiwe’s phone was last traced to Thika, according to information provided to her by the police.
Mbijiwe is a prominent security consultant and CEO of Eye On Security who often gives interviews on National television.
He went missing en route to Meru to check on his businesses and a sick relative.
When Police found the car Mbijiwe had hired for his commute. Some things were off. For one, the radiator had been plugged off.
During the cause of two days, the man,a Mr Mwangi, who hired out the care said he had traced its movement which were not in line with the route to Meru that Mbijiwe was to take.
On the day of travel, the tracker on the car showed that it was in Kasarani estate. Later in the day, when Mwangi checked, he saw it in Kahawa West.
After three days, Mwangi tried reaching Mbijiwe on phone to find out when he would be returning to the city.
Mbijiwe did not answer his phone and after some time, the phones went dead.
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Again, Mwangi decided to check on his car through the tracking device and spotted it at Kamiti Corner area. He could tell that the vehicle had been parked.
Mwangi says he travelled to the area popularly known as ‘Tatu city’ and recovered his vehicle.
The doors to the car, which had been vandalised, were open but the keys were missing.
All these months, no one knows his whereabouts.
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