Family appeals for public help to find missing relative

Relatives of a 33-year-old man who went missing on Monday night have appealed to the public for help on any clues or information about his whereabouts.
Cassien Ntamuhanga. (Courtesy)
Cassien Ntamuhanga. (Courtesy)

Relatives of a 33-year-old man who went missing on Monday night have appealed to the public for help on any clues or information about his whereabouts.

Cassien Ntamuhanga, a station director at Amazing Grace Radio went missing on Monday night at around 7:30pm on his way home.

“One of our siblings had gone for a night vigil at the stadium, but when he telephoned Ntamuhanga to pick him up at around 7:30pm, he told him that he had already passed the stadium area and had reached Gishushu on his way home,” one of Ntamuhanga’s brothers, Straton Ufitinema, told The New Times yesterday.

He added that Ntamuhanga’s phone has since been on and off and no one picks up when it rings.

“We learnt that his car is parked at his workplace. We reported to  the police but we appeal to anyone who knows his whereabouts to inform the police or call +250782835866,”  Ufitinema appealed.

The Kigali City Police spokesperson, SSP Urbain Mwiseneza confirmed the reports of the missing man.

“The case was reported and we are exploring all possible leads to find him. Investigations are currently going on,” said Mwiseneza.

 

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