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‘Wife’ Vanishes Into Thin Air After ‘Cleaning’ Man’s Bank Account, House Clean And Infecting Him With HIV.

A middle-aged man is appealing to people of goodwill to assist him raise money to continue with his studies after a lady he was living with swept all his money and household goods, leaving him penniless and confused.

In August this year, 26 year old Eric Kanyara Mwiti from Kathangacini Village in Tharaka Nithi County met this beautiful girl at Witeithie Estate in Juja Sub-County of Kiambu County and after a few days started cohabitation as husband and wife. Narrating his sad and chilling experience, Mwiti who is a construction casual labourer in Thika and Juja, said that he almost fell in love with this lady as she was so caring to a point that he threw caution the winds and went to live with her in his rented one-roomed house. He admits to even not knowing her real names and particulars. 

Initially, everything went on well to this ‘newlyweds’ and Mwiti had nothing to suspect the love of his life.
Late August, when he was working in Thika, his ‘wife’ called to inform him that she had fallen sick and wanted to go to hospital.

“Since I did not have any money in my M-PESA account, I instructed her to get my ATM and go and withdraw sh. 2000 which she did,” recalls Mwiti. 

He later passed through his bank and indeed ascertained that his ‘wife’ had withdrawn sh. 2,000.
On September 20th, he visited his rural home to attend an urgent matter that made him stay there for three days, only for him to return to his Witeithie home for a rude shock. 

“I almost collapsed when I found my ‘wife’ missing with my house emptied, save for my clothes,” recollected Mwiti tearfully.

Sensing danger, he rushed to check on his ATM card but true to his thoughts, it was not there.

“I rushed to my bank (Coop Bank - Thika) only to find that all my hard-earned savings amounting to sh. 150,000 had been withdrawn. When I tried to call my lover, her line was dead,” he lamented.

His frantic efforts to trace the lady through assistance from friend turned nugatory. On September 24th, he reported the theft at the Juja Police Station (OB 28/19/2016).

Mwiti is currently unable to raise money to pay for rent or continue with his studies with his plant operator's course at a Thika based driving school.  He has an outstanding fee arrears of sh. 50,000 after initially paying a deposit of sh. 30,000. Worse still, he recently realised that his lover has already infected him with HIV/AIDs.

“Since all my cash is gone and am now HIV positive, my priority is to complete my course so that I can become self-reliant and carry on with life. I am appealing to well-wishers to come to my aid through my cell no. 0795 699 434,” said Mwiti.

Confirming the incident, Juja OCS Zachariah Ateya said that they had launched investigation into the matter. 
“We are doing all our best to arrest and bring to book the suspect who is still at large,” the OCS said. 

He advised men especially youth not to get into quick relationships with strangers.

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