Missing singer Czars family heartbreaking message to Uhuru

The young artiste went missing ten years ago

Kenyan singer Czars who went missing 10 years ago. PHOTO: NAIROBINEWS

The family of a musician who disappeared exactly a decade ago have called on President Uhuru Kenyatta for assistance in tracing him.

Abdulkarim Makasi, the father of then popular musician Czars who went missing made a heartbreaking appeal to the president on Thursday, October 13, to help them trace him.

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Czars was reported missing on October 13, 2006, exactly ten years ago.

“The situation concerning my son’s disappearance has not changed yet. So maybe the president would help me find him as it has been ten years since he disappeared and I have not heard any word from authorities.” Czars father said as quoted by eDaily.

Czars became a nation’s darling thanks to his hit song ‘Amka Ukatike’, which ruled the airwaves in the mid 2000s.

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The young musician won several awards in his short career before he disappeared mysteriously.

Word went round that he had eloped with a sugar mummy to an unknown location while others think he could be dead or hiding in Nairobi’s Eastleigh estate. But the latter doesn’t make sense because someone could have seen him by now.

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