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Missing Mildred Odira found at the City Mortuary by family

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Mildred Odira, an employee at NMG has on Monday been found by her family at the City Mortuary.

Mildred worked as a switch board operator of Foresight Company based at Nation Centre was last seen on Tuesday as narrated by security guards in Kariobangi.

Confirming the recent finding is Milicent Anyango, Mildred’s sister who said that she is no more as they have found her body at the city mortuary.

The mother of one is said to have recently been diagnosed with diabetes, hypertension and ulcers before falling ill on the fateful day of Tuesday.

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The deceased is said to have boarded a taxi which was to take her to Ruaraka Uhai Neema Hospital but that was never the case.

It was during the ride that Mildred went missing with the hospital confirming to have not received such a patient.

On Saturday police arrested the taxi driver in question so as to explain the mysterious disappearance.

Slavian Mwangecho
Passionate blogger on a day to day activities happening in Kenya, Africa and around the world. A keen follower of the latest news making headlines around the world

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