An active protestor, Kevin Kori Gathura alias Correy was reported missing by his family members after he attended Thursday’s protests and never returned home.

According to human right’s activist, Boniface Mwangi, Kori was last seen near parliament at around 2.15pm and his father suspects that he has been abducted.

Another protestor, Joshua Okayo, a KSL student leader who was abducted last Wednesday, was also found tortured near Maragua river in Muranga County.

Kori is the latest youth protestor to be abducted allegedly by police as famous singer Kaskazini also known as Kasmuel Mcoure was also abducted after attending Tuesday’s protests.

Other activists like Osama, Gabriel, Shad just to name a few were all abducted by plain clothed police in their homes and later released.

National Assembly Majority Leader and Kikuyu MP Kimani Ichung’wa had revealed that the days of abducting Kenyans, killing them, and dumping their bodies in River Yala are over.

On a video on X,Ichungwa assured Kenyans that abduction and killings will never happen in Kenya and he will check with the Inspector General to see whether Gabriel Oguda has been arrested by the police.

“When this administration took over the reigns of leadership in this country,none other than president Ruto committed that the days of finding kenyans being abducted and killed and their bodies being dumped in river Yala or river Tana,we are beyond those days”Ichungwa said

Safaricom were also bashed by the public for aiding the government in tracking participants of the protests to be abducted.

Safaricom responded by refuting assertions that, in the midst of ongoing kidnappings, they are responsible for providing police with information to help them locate opponents of the finance bill activists.

Additionally, people discovered that the claims they made of a cable disconnect was false and they had tampered with internet connections on the night of the Githurai massacre.

Also Read; Safaricom Denies Sharing Information With Police To Track Down Protestors

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