- The family expected to hear from their daughter, Stella Waithira Njunu, who called them to confirm their safe arrival in Iran
- Waithira’s family accused police of reluctance to produce CCTV footage to explain the couple’s whereabouts
- Waithira wore blue jeans, white sneakers and a black jacket with a scarf over her head, while Mohamed wore dark blue khaki pants and a denim jacket
Samuel Njunu’s family has panicked after their daughter and Iranian boyfriend mysteriously disappeared at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA) after their trip to Kenya.
Njunu’s family expected their daughter Stella Waithira Njunu to call to confirm that she and her husband Mohamed Golabi had landed safely in Iran as was their custom.
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The couple fell silent
But the couple has since fallen silent, their last whereabouts is the JKIA.
The missing couple’s family accused police of producing video footage to clarify the couple’s whereabouts.
NTV Kenya reports that 30-year-old Waithira and her 34-year-old husband’s trip last Friday the 24th.
The couple were satisfied after visiting Waithira’s father, who was sick.
“At 10 p.m. I called Stella and told her that they would have a safe journey as we would not meet again,” said Esther Njunu, Waithira’s mother.
Until the couple were dropped off at the airport en route to Iran, where they both live, they never bordered their flight.
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Cell phones turned off
Their cell phones have been turned off and their location remains a mystery.
A matter that throws the family into a heartbreaking affair, especially since the responsible authorities have not provided any information for five days.
âIf they could have committed a crime, they have the right to be brought to justice and charged accordingly. But we believe that is not the case, ” said Samuel Njunu, Waithira’s father.
Authorities informed the family that the couple never boarded their plane but were reluctant to produce the CCTV footage that said the system was being serviced.
âPeople who are held for a long time without contact with the outside world is so disturbing. My heart is broken, ” said the sobbing Njunu.
The couple’s last appearance
Waithera’s sister and a friend dropped the couple off at the airport around 1 a.m. as their flight was scheduled at 4 a.m. That was the last time they saw her.
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Waithira wore blue jeans, white sneakers and a black jacket with a scarf over her head, while Mohamed wore dark blue khaki pants and a denim jacket.
The two met in 2018 at an expo that they visited frequently.
While the family refuses to speculate, they urge the police to obey the law when the two are in their care.