The wife and mother to one of the four missing Kitengela friends have been hospitalised following anxiety and frustration as a result of their keen’s prolonged disappearance.
Monicah Mugo and Olga Ochieng wife and mother to Jack Anyango were admitted at different medical facilities for a miscarriage and severe depression respectively.
Reports indicate that Mugo was admitted at the Kenyatta National Hospital with pregnancy complaints leading to the miscarriage.
At the time of the miscarriage, she was seven months pregnant.
Speaking to a local daily, Mugo noted that life has been tough since her husband went missing, noting that she was forced to live her home due to bad publicity.
“Life has bee tough for me and our two-year-old son. I was six months pregnant. I have not been able to live in our rental house out of fear. I have been putting up with my sister,” she said.
File image of Jack Anyango; one of the four Kitengela men who went missing. [Photo: Courtesy]
On the other hand, Anyango’s mother has been suffering lots of stress leading to her hospitalisation.
“Our mother has been depressed ever since the disappearance of her last-born son,” Anyango’s brother Cliff Ochieng said.
Meanwhile, the family maintain that Anyango was a straight forward man and was not involved in criminal activities as alleged by some quotas.
So far, bodies of two of the four missing friends; Benjamin Imbai and Elijah Obuong have been recovered while the whereabouts of Brian Oduor and Jack remain unknown.