Ciku Muiruri Says Daughter Has Been Kidnapped, Ask Kenyans For Help

Media personality Ciku Muiruri has urged Kenyans to help find her daughter who was allegedly kidnapped on Sunday, June 4 by a taxi driver.

In a social media post, Ciku Muiruri said that her daughter, Erica Njeri and her friend Shanice Agose were kidnapped by a taxi driver at 2 am. She didn’t reveal any other details about the incident.

“Peace be with you all. Novena is below. But first, I have a very special favour to ask each and every one of you. 🙏 In the early hours of Sunday morning (2am), my daughter and a friend of hers were abducted by a taxi driver,” she said in a long post that mostly included a prayer and scripture verses.

“I’m going to do everything in my power to get her home safely but I know that we cannot even tie our shoes without God’s Grace. I have no control over what they are doing to her, where she is or if I will ever see her alive again. Only God can help her.”

Ciku asked Kenyans to pray for the two young ladies to get home safely but didn’t share any further details on how the search was going or how else Kenyans can help.

“We know that prayers can move mountains. Stop wars. Please pray for my daughter Erica Njeri and her friend Shanice Agose as part of your intentions. Also, and this is very important, pray for those who have taken them, that their souls may not be lost,” she said.

“Our Lady of the Rosary said that through fasting and prayers, one can suspend laws of nature. I will not have a bite to eat until she is safely returned. And I have faith that with all your prayers, she will be returned to me safe and sound. Jesus, I Trust in You. Please Lord, don’t let them harm my baby. 😥

Erica Njeri is a 26-year-old University of Nottingham alumni and the founder of the Le Ngai Foundation.

Erica has also passionately pushed for easy access to blood for all Kenyans and even participated in the 2013 Chicago Marathon to raise money for a mobile blood unit.

She participated in the race to help the BloodLink Foundation raise Sh.4.3 million to purchase a mobile blood donation unit to help mobilize blood donors to ensure sufficient safe blood for needy Kenyans.

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