BBC Top International Journalist's vehicle stolen in Nairobi

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Vehicle of international journalist goes missing

BBC Journalist Ferdinand Omondi's vehicle stolen play File photo of journalists during a press conference (Facebook)

A vehicle belonging to Ferdinand Omondi, a British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) correspondent in Nairobi has been stolen.

Mr Omondi who divulged the information on his twitter handle was pleading with the public to help him locate the Navy blue Toyota Voxy KBX 933T.


According to emerging reports the vehicle was stolen at the BBC office parking lot.

Ferdinand, who started off as an actor on Citizen TV popular show Tahidi High, was previously a reporter at KTN before moving to the BBC in 2014.

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