An inquiry has been opened by Nairobi police into the kidnapping of a middle-aged man. At gunpoint, Andrew Kibet was forced into a waiting vehicle in the Tushauriane neighborhood of Kayole. At roughly 2:00 p.m. on Saturday, August 12, the event happened.
Kibet had just left his house to perform errands when he was approached by armed guys, according to close family members. His family started to worry at 7 o’clock since his phone went off. For further inquiry, the incident was reported to the local police station. The family has urged the law enforcement authorities to expedite their searches for their missing relatives.
Kenyans are asking what the government is doing to stop the disturbing trend as abduction occurrences are on the rise, which has caused severe security worries. Kayole has been the scene of a number of illegal actions, albeit not all of them have been thoroughly examined.
A DCI officer was recently shot and killed in Kayole by a motorcycle gang as he stopped to fix a flat tire on his car. Kenyans now worry about their safety as a result of this occurrence.