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Family of abducted Issack Ibrahim wants the Police and DCI to produce their kin.

by Robert Guyana

The family of Issack Ibrahim, who was abducted on May 2, 2024, at about 0100 hours, who at the time was working within Elwak Sub County Bulla Afya location, are crying for justice as his whereabouts remain unknown.

According to the family, Mr. Issack Ibrahim was kidnapped at his matrimonial house in Bulla Afya location by disguised individuals who were wearing combat police uniforms and driving three land cruisers under the guise of effecting an arrest.

However, hours after he was whisked away it became clear that nobody would account for the whereabouts of the said Issack Ibrahim even after reporting the matter to Elwak Police Station.

The family alleges that there is a reasonable fear that he was abducted by officers attached to the Inspector General of Police office and the Directorate of Criminal Investigations who allegedly have refused to allow his family to visit him in custody and refused to present him before a court of law.

The family through their lawyers led by Danstan Omari have appealed for Issack to be presented to court either dead or alive.

The family submitts that his continued detention violates his rights as he has not been presented before a court of law for over a week.

According to his brother, Issack Ibrahim was a family man and that his sudden disappearance has caused his immediate and distance family untold mental anguish, strain, stress and anxiety as his whereabouts remains mysterious and unexplained by the very government responsible for his wellbeing.

The family urges the court to intervene and compel the Inspector General of Police and the Directorate of Criminal Investigations to produce their kinsman.

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