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Capital FM seeks help finding missing journalist

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By Fay Ngina | August 14th 2018

Capital FM is seeking help from anyone who has information concerning their missing photojournalist Francis Mbatha.

Francis, who has been missing for more than a week now, left his home for work and was last traced in Mombasa.


“Capital FM photojournalist @francombatha also known as “Franny” is missing. This is an appeal from his family and Capital FM to anyone who sees him to call 020 2210020, 0724 257 065 or report to the nearest police station,”appealed Capital FM. 

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