A human rights activist Caroline Mwatha who went missing last Wednesday has been found dead, Kenyan police spokesman Charles Owino has confirmed to the Report Focus News.
She worked with a community group looking into allegations that police in the capital have perpetrated atrocities, including extra-judicial killings.
Her relatives had been searching the city’s hospitals and morgues over the past few days hoping to find her. A vigil was also held for Ms Mwatha in Nairobi yesterday.
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