Bodaboda operators in Juja, along Thika Superhighway paralysed their operations today protesting the missing of Victor Sindani, a taxi operator there who started off in bodaboda business.
They blocked part of the busy highway demanding answers from police who they say are acting slow yet Sindani went missing ten days ago. His search has been left to bodaboda operators, relatives and friends.
They demanded for police to explain why it has taken long to give the family answers yet it was established the 26-year-old’s phone signal was detected at Kamulu, in Ruai.
Sindani who is a third year Analytical Chemistry student at JKUAT, though deferred his studies due to lack of fees, received a call from a customer seeking to be ferried to Kitengela.
His wife Bibian Wairimu says he left home few minutes to 10am but hours later his phone went off and since then his whereabouts has been a mystery.
It is suspected persons behind his missing were likely targeting his car. Juja has become insecure after Gaza gangsters shifted base there from Nairobi’s Eastlands and a club in Kareme area is said to be their meeting point.
On February 7 Tabitha Muthoni, a first year JKUAT student was stabbed to death by thugs in Juja near the University as they robbed her.