Caroline Mwatha, The Dandora Activist Who Had Gone Missing Found Dead!

The body of Dandora activist Caroline Mwatha has been found at the city mortuary. The activist who was well known for documenting extra judicial killings in Dandora had gone missing on February 6.

Her husband Joshua Ochieng said that they had communicated as usual last week on WhatsApp.

He said that he had attempted to call her mobile phone which someone picked but did not speak. He assumed that his wife was in a meeting.

When Ochieng who works in Dubai contacted his wife’s colleagues, they confirmed that they did not know of Caroline’s whereabouts. Mwatha was last seen escorting her child to the school bus on Wednesday last week.

Sources say that the woman’s body was booked at the morgue by a private citizen.

Nairobi Governor Mike Sonko has offered Sh300,000 reward for information on the missing activist.

Sonko on Monday urged anybody with information to contact the nearest police station or the Directorate of Criminal Investigations offices.

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