Another development in the Kitengela missing quartet as family disowns one of the bodies

Another detail has yet emerged on the Kitengela missing friends after a second family spoke disowning the body that was earlier believed to be that of their kin.

The family of Jack Ochieng, a member of the missing four Kitengela friends has spoken revealing that the body of the male individual picked in Murang’a Kilometres away from Obuong’s was actually not his.

Speaking to Kenyan Cliff Ochieng Jack’s brother said that the body of a man, who was initially believed to be Jack, was not.

“We came to Murang’a to identify him but the body that we saw is not my brother’s. The body is still fresh and I can say for a fact that he is not my brother.

“His ear is not the same, his teeth, hairstyle are different and the clothes he was wearing are not his,” Ochieng told this writer.

Detailing his brother’s occupation, Cliff further divulged that the brother was in the tours business until 2020 when the Country was hit by the pandemic, hence laid off later.

“When he stopped working, he engaged in a number of businesses including car hires where he was well connected. He would take vehicles from firms and hire them out especially because he had a wide network,” he added.

Cliff added that his brother was a man of the people who was always in the company of friends, and they were surprised at the new criminal involvement the family has never heard about.

He however said that he had never met the three friends he was with when they mysteriously got lost in Kitengela.

“I have never met any of the other friends that are said to have been in his company when he disappeared,” he concluded.

Their disappearance came into the public domain after a post asking Kenyans to help the police and family find them was shared on The Nairobi Crime-Free Society Facebook page.

As of yesterday evening, police reports had indicated they had found three bodies of the four missing friends.

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