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Two middle-aged men mysteriously disappear in the hands of police officers

Buruburu DCIO is investigating the disappearance of four men The duo is said to have disappeared on the 6th of October this year after being picked by people said to be policemen.

The families of Jamal Bonaya and Teddy Muruiki are demanding the police to tell the whereabouts of their Kin It has been revealed that on a fateful day, Jamal arrived at his matrimonial home as usual at around 4oclock where he took a jacket and left never to return.

Jamal’s brother shared to news reporters that on the 8th, two days after his disappearance, the family decided to look for the father of five in Kasarani, Shauri Moyo, Kilimani, Mwiki, and were later advised to check-in mortuaries.

The family of Muriuki says that they received news that the victim had been arrested on the 6th in Eastleigh together with his friend Jamal Bonaya, by armed policemen.

Witnesses along Mohamed Haji avenue confirmed the arrest and alleged that the two were blocked by a police vehicle and were asked to lie on the tarmac and were later forced into the alleged police car while one of them said police officers drove the victims’ car which was later found in kasarani with no one inside.

DCIO Jackson Muriuki has confirmed to news reporters that they are investigating the matter.

By Lenah wangari

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