Death News: What Happened To Mwenda Mbijiwe?, Was He Found Dead?
Mewnda Mbijiwe was said to have been discovered dead. His brother sets out on a dangerous mission to DCI.
On Tuesday, October 19, ODM leader Raila Odinga spoke on the video of missing government analyst Mwenda Mbijiwe, which has caused some Kenyans to be confused.
In an interview with Meru County’s Weru TV, Odinga stated that he was asked to make a statement concerning Mbijiwe’s disappearance.
Was Mwenda Mbijiwe Found Dead?
Mwenda Mbijiwe vanished without a trace on Saturday, June 12.
This challenge appears to have been misinterpreted by Odinga. He mentioned Cupboard Minister Gilbert M’Mbijiwe Kabere, who passed away in 2017.
His allegation perplexes the audience, and the majority believe Mwenda, who he claimed had been missing for six months, has surrendered.
TV analysts were going to Meilu County to see sick relatives before their abduction.
Mbijiwe had borrowed a car from local businessman Edward Mwangi, who attempted to reach him on his abduction but was unable.
Mwangi said that he followed the car to Kasarani on June 18 using the vehicle’s monitoring mechanism.
Meanwhile, authorities are investigating the disappearance of security consultant Mwenda Mbijiwe, who was last seen in Tatu City, Kiambu County, after a vehicle he hired was found vandalized at a coffee farm.
Mbijiwe went missing, and his sister appealed to the public for any important information that could lead to his location.
What Happened To Mwenda Mbijiwe?
Tamara Mbijiwe claims her brother’s phone is switched off, and the automobile is untraceable. His phone signal was last detected to Thika, Kiambu County, where the ex-KDF Commander went missing on Saturday, June 12
Mwenda had trained a Nairobi-based church on basic security tactics early Saturday and was scheduled to arrive at our Meru remote home that evening.
After failing to locate Mbijiwe, the family filed a missing person’s report at Nairobi’s Central Police Station two days later.
The DCI, according to Tamara, had initiated an investigation into the disappearance of an ex-KDF commander who was on his way to Meru to see his mother when he went missing.
Mwenda Mbijiwe Of Age 40-50 Is Yet To Be Featured On Wikipedia
Mwenda Mbijiwe, a former Kenya Air Force commander and security and counter-terrorism expert, has been gone for about a month after going missing on June 12, 2021.
His mother, Ms. Gatwiri Jane, gave birth to him in the community of Kimbo in Meru County. Mr. Nkonge Stephen is his stepfather’s name.
Mr. Mbijiwe is the Chief Executive Officer and Founder of Eye on Security, a security expert, and a consultant.
He uses the platform to empower security experts, provide consulting services, and hold training sessions for industry professionals.
Mwenda Mbijiwe has been Vice President of The Sister Cities Association of Kenya since August 2019.
He also has a younger brother named Bundi Nicholas. Ms. Mbijiwe Tamara had claimed to be Mwenda’s brother; however, her allegations were shown to be false.