Jane Mbinjiwe, the mother of former Kenya Air Force commander Mwenda Mbijiwe, had a 6-hour meeting with DCI boss George Kinoti on Monday. The meeting took place at the DCI headquarters along Kiambu Road.
Mrs. Mbinjiwe was certain that foul play was involved in the disappearance of her son. Therefore, she wanted the DCI boss to brief her on the developments of the case.
Mbinjiwe’s family members had raised complaints that detectives had kept them in the dark since they took over the case.
When detectives announced that they had traced the car Mbinjiwe had hired before his disappearance, Mrs. Mbinjiwe traveled to Nairobi. She then requested a face-to-face meeting with the DCI boss.
After she met with Kinoti, Jane Mbinjiwe declined to share any details with the media.
Mbinjiwe’s uncle told journalists that his mother would stay in Nairobi until they find him. He also said that they were hopeful he is still alive.
The uncle also said that Meru residents are still in shock over Mbinjiwe’s disappearance. He urged detectives to expedite the case.
Mwenda Mbinjiwe vied for the Meru gubernatorial seat on an ODM ticket in 2017. Unfortunately, he lost.
His sister, Tamara Mbinjiwe, filed a missing person’s report at the Central Police Station on 12th June. She revealed that Mbinjiwe had contacted one of their relatives before his disappearance.
Officers are still investigating the disappearance. They are yet to summon Edward Mwangi, the man who hired out his car to Mbinjiwe. Mwangi told journalists that Mbinjiwe had hired his car for three weeks.
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