Police service of Nairobi, Kenya, has released an official statement over the kidnap of Dennis Itumbi.
Taking to its social media platforms, Nairobi police service, released an official statement vowing to carry out an investigation over the abduction of Dennis Itumbi.
The police continued as it told the public to be calm and desist from all forms of speculations. Lastly, the police dropped its numbers for the public who would have information about Dennis Itumbi and his mysterious abduction.
The official statement reads:
1. A report of alleged abduction of Mr. Dennis Itumbi was reported at Thindigua Police Post Vide OB 10/23/2021 at 1640HRS.
2. Police have since launched investigation with a view to establish the circumstances surrounding this incident.
3. We appeal to members of the public to be patient during the investigation; and should therefore desist from speculation.
4. We further appeal to members of the public who may have information regarding the incident to volunteer and report to any police station or through our hotline numbers 999, 112 or 0800722203.”
“Dennis Itumbi was found naked in Lucky Summer area, Kasarani by a taxi driver. He was naked at the time and he told the driver he thought he was in Eldoret. His left eye was bleeding, an indication it was injured. His mobile phone was missing then.”