The management of a bar in Kitengela where four missing men were reportedly last seen before disappearing mysteriously on Monday, April 19 now says they were not there.
Club Enkare manager Bernard Monda says they are reeling from negative publicity. Media reports indicate that Benjamin Imbai, Brian Oduor, Elijah Obuong and Jack Ochieng’ feasted on Nyama Choma and sloshed on beer at the club before disappearing in thin air. Their Toyota Mark X car registration number KCQ 715C was reportedly found in the club’s precincts.
“After following through our CCTV footage, we did not spot any of them or the car. Since the President ordered closure of bars and restaurants, we have not been selling alcohol to anyone. We only do food takeaways,” Monda said.
The quartet was allegedly at the bar between 9:40am and 11 am on the said day.
“Our CCTV footage reveals that only one person was seen around that time parking by the bar, then driving off a few minutes later, in a different car from the alleged Toyota Mark X. We do not know what attire they wore,” the club’s ICT manager Joab Mukuru said.
At around 4pm, the CCTV footage reveals, there were other vehicles parked outside the lounge. The Mark X was nowhere in sight. Detectives based at Kitengela Police Station say the car was found unlocked, and that the missing men’s phones went off somewhere around Everest Park, Mombasa Road.
Imbai, one of the missing men, has been on DCI’s radar for sometime over crimes including theft of KSh900,000 from a parked car in Ngong Road, Nairobi.
Family members of the men are demanding for the arrest of a mysterious character named “Ericko” who has been revealing queer information relating to their disappearance on through Facebook.
In one of these pieces of information, Ericko claims that the men are dead.