Kabogo pledges KES100 000 reward for information on missing MCA
11 March 2015, 09:27
Kiambu - Kiambu Governor, William Kabogo has pledged KES 100 000 to anyone who will volunteer information on the whereabouts of missing Thika MCA.
Kabogo, who was addressing the media shortly after meeting the Kiambu County Commissioner, said he was ready to award anybody who would help trace Juja MCA Samuel Gitau, who has been missing since Saturday.
“The news of his disappearance is very shocking and disturbing and I would like to send a message of encouragement to his family and the people of Juja,” he said.
He said he had asked police officers to act with speed and find the MCA who was reported missing shortly after he left his home, reportedly to withdraw cash from a nearby ATM machine.
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“I call upon anyone with information that will lead to his finding to report to the police or my office immediately. I will also personally reward any person with such information with KES 100 000,” said the Governor.
Family members claim that the MCA left his home on the outskirts of Juja around 8.30 pm Saturday to draw cash from a nearby ATM machine but never returned.
His vehicle was found at the gate to his home with the lights still on and the keys still dangling from the ignition.
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