Dafton Mwitiki, who manages a tours company in Nairobi, was officially reported missing at Kilimani police station.
Following a search and rescue operation instigated by close friends and family, Mwitiki’s black Land Rover Discovery was found abandoned at Oaklands Estate in Juja on Saturday.
Juja police Chief Dorothy Migarusha said that members of the public informed the police of the vehicle that had been abandoned with its doors wide open.
“We still don’t know where he is,” she said while responding to a question on whether they had established the missing person’s possible whereabouts.
Mwitiki – a licensed firearm holder and a member of the National Gun Owners Association – became famous during the January 15-16 DusitD2 attack, after his picture and that of Steve Mbogo holding sophisticated firearms went viral on social media.
According to his friends, some of Mwitiki’s personal effects including his mobile phones and documents are also missing.
His family heavily suspects foul play in his disappearance, further urging anyone with relevant information to contact Kilimani DCIO on 0722922693/0722258695, or report to the nearest police station.
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