A family in Bungoma County is appealing to the general public to help them get their son who has been missing for the last three weeks.
Brian Wanjala Wabwile, a 21 year second-year student pursuing Bachelor of Applied Communication at Multimedia University is reported to have gone missing on the eve of Wednesday 4th October 2021.
It is alleged that he was looking uneasy a few days before he disappeared following a debt of Ksh.8000 he owed his friend.
His roommate Timsheldon Ayiecho who reported Wanjala’s disappearance at Ongata Rongai police station told the police that his friend left his phone charging at their Maasai Lodge hostel and never returned.
In addition, he told the police that Brian had just left his female friend Eda Gachue on the same evening, adding that she was the last person to interact with him.
Timsheldon together with his other friends then contacted the family of Brian and notified them that he was missing, this happened after a day.
The family has told journalists that the call shocked them, prompting his elder brother Meshack Wafula Wabwile to travel to Nairobi with an intention of finding his brother’s whereabouts.
“It shocked us to the roots because he was the only hope for our family,” said Meshack.
The family is now appealing to anybody who has seen Brian to contact them via 0757141100, reach out to Ongata Rongai police station or contact any government security agency.
His mother Eunice Wabwile says the disappearance of her son is giving her sleepless nights since her son had a promising future citing that her family has already been overwhelmed by difficult economic times.
It should also be remembered that Brian’s father Evans Wabwile Simiyu Corporal is mentally impaired and is not aware of anything concerning his son, in addition, Brian’s elder sister is also suffering from a mental disorder.
The case was reported in OB 87/5/10/2021 at Ongata Rongai police station.
Kindly call Brian’s family via 0757141100 if you get any hint to finding Brian.