- It’s a story with a happy ending for Lucy Wanjiku Gacheri after she was found alive days after she disappeared without a trace
- Gacheri’s family was concerned when they found the car they were driving abandoned in front of the Nyayo house
- In an interview with TUKO.co.ke, her friend Kami Mbaabu announced that she was being treated in the hospital
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Yesterday, Sunday June 27th, TUKO.co.ke ran the story of Lucy Wanjiku Gacheri aka LG Shiks, who went missing on Friday June 25th.
Her secret deepened when the silver Toyota Fielder she had driven before she disappeared was found abandoned in front of the Nyayo house, only her documents but no trace of her.
Details suggested the travel agent took a job as a driver at Jim Cabs to make a living after COVID-19 hit the tourism industry.
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Lucy Wanjiku Gacheri found
We can now officially report that the mother of two was found alive in a hospital.
It’s not clear if the mother-of-two checked into the facility herself or someone else took her, but details will be shared upon receipt.
“The doctor assured us they had her, but she’s being treated and we can’t see her yet. They asked us to give her some time to recover, in a day or two when she was better can we see them then. ” and gather information, “explained Kami Mbaabu.
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Kami added that her friend was found through social media and how Kenyans rallied behind the call by sharing the missing person’s story as they continued their desperate search for her.
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In her opinion, Gacheri’s story spread so widely that everyone noticed her wherever the search team went.
“We found that everyone, even the security guards, already had their photo. Shiku loved this land so much that the news spread like a bushfire, ”she continued.
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Kami also suggested that Shiku’s quest taught her firsthand what it means to say that numbers have power.
Second, she saw how simply sharing a post on a missing person plays a role in the search.
While Shiku continues to receive treatment, the family expressed their sincere thanks to the Kenyans who played the greatest role in ensuring that the mother and babies are reunited.
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