Another Jubilee aspirant goes missing in Uhuru's backyard

His car, however, has been found vandalised last night.

A boda boda rider reported at Githunguri Police Station last night that the politician, 31, found his car abandoned by the roadside, with its windscreen smashed.

Kinyanjui's personal effects including two of his mobile phones and cash were found intact inside his vehicle.

A pair of spectacles believed to be of the politician was found about 100 meters from where the vehicle was found.

Speaking to journalists shortly, Central region police boss Mr Larry Kiyeng said that the police had opened investigations.

The incident comes two days after the mysterious kidnap of Kabete youth MP aspirant Charles Chege, alias Chege Fresh.

Chege was found alive in Narok Sunday morning, hours after he had been reported missing and his vehicle found with bullet holes.

Narok North police boss Mr Philip Kipkirui said residents found the Jubilee Party candidate near a dam in Narok town.

“We found him stranded and he looked tired. He hardly spoke...he told us that all he remembered was being pulled out of his car,” said one of the residents.

Kipkirui said Chege was taken to Narok County Referral Hospital.

“After first aid, he started speaking softly. We suspect he was drugged by unknown people before being dumped in Narok,” said the OCPD.

Circumstances surrounding the two disappearances are similar and police suspect that the politicians are faking kidnap for political mileage.


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