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Abducted Kenya School Of Law President Found In Murang’a

Kenya School of Law (KSL) Student Governing Council President Joshua Okayo, who was reportedly abducted by police last Wednesday during the peak of the anti-Finance Bill demonstrations, has been found near Margua River in Murang’a County.

Okayo, whom reports indicate appeared to have been tortured, is currently convalescing at Avenue Hospital in Thika under close observation due to the psychological trauma of the ordeal.

Fredrick Otieno, Okayo’s brother, was among the first to reach him and confirmed that Joshua was in significant pain, necessitating immediate medical attention.

Law Society of Kenya (LSK) President Faith Odhiambo has since confirmed Okayo’s Srescue and that of Regis Wanjala, another student who also went missing on the same day.

“We have confirmation that two comrades have been dumped at unknown locations after their abductions. Joshua Okayo was dumped somewhere in Murang’a after being abducted in Rongai on Wednesday, while Wanjala was found in a tea plantation in Ruiru.” Ms. Odhiambo said

Both individuals are currently receiving medical attention and are recovering from the traumatic experience.

This series of events have heightened tensions and fears across the country, with many questioning the government’s ability to protect its citizens, particularly those who dare to speak out against it.


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