In Summary
  • The 24-year-old Susan Njoki hails from Njoro in Nakuru County.
  • Her body was discovered at the mortuary after the family raised concern over her mysterious disappearance.
  • A close relative on Monday revealed to the Nation that Njoki celebrated the Christmas holidays at the family’s home in Jordan Estate before heading back to the city.

The body of a former Multimedia University student who went missing on December 30, was found at the city mortuary on Monday.

Susan Njoki, 24, hailed from from Njoro, Nakuru County.

Ms Njoki’s family reported her disappearance at Ongata Rongai police station on January 8.

She went missing for two days after returning to Nairobi where she worked for a public relations company.

A relative told the Nation on Monay that Ms Njoki celebrated Christmas at the family home in Jordan estate before heading back to the city on December 27.

“She called mother, Hellen Ngige, to tell her that she had arrived safely at her Ongata Rongai house,” the relative said. 

“That is is the last time we heard from Njoki.”


The relative added that Ms Njoki’s phone went dead on December 30.

According to the relative, it was uncharacteristic of Ms Njoki to spend many days without talking to family members. 

Questions now linger on what might have happened to Ms Njoki, whose colleagues say was last seen on the night of December 30.

“We worked for three days until we broke for the New Year celebrations,” one of Ms Njoki’s work mates told the Nation. 

The second born in a family of four graduated with a Bachelor of Applied Communication in 2017 before securing a job in Nairobi.  

Ms Njoki’s two brothers and a cousin began searching for her the day her phone went off. 

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