Nairobi’s governor Mike Sonko earlier on 11th February 2019 promised to give Sh300,000 to anyone who would provide information on the whereabouts of Caroline Mwatha, a Dandora area activist who has been missing.
Sonko requested anyone who would have any useful information to go to the nearest police station and share the information or contact the CID offices.
Caroline Mwatha has been missing since 6th February 2019 morning from her home in Dandora where she was last seen by her friends.
Her disappearance also caught the attention of Amnesty International. The organisation has requested the police to do a thorough investigation on Mwatha's disappearance.
Mwatha who was the founder member of Dandora Community Social Justice had been investigating cases of forced disappearance and police extrajudicial killings.
It has been a week since Caroline disappeared and up to date, there has been no sign of her or any information regarding her, despite the many attempts to trace her.
Police have currently expanded their search to water bodies and forests around Nairobi and its vicinity.
Of late, cases on women’s disappearance have been increasing and with the effort that has been put into finding Caroline, it is everybody’s hope and prayer that Caroline will be found alive.
Below is a photo of the missing activist Caroline Mwatha [Source: Rachael Muriuki/Facebook]
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