Mother, daughter mysteriously disappear for a month now after visiting baby daddy

for Tv47 Digital November 24, 2022, 08:48 AM
Woman, baby go missing after visiting baby data
Ezzy Lang'at and her one-and-a-half-year-old daughter were last seen in Kisii Town on October 25, 2022. Her phone was last traced in Nubia area near Nyanchwa estate, but it has since been switched off. PHOTO/COURTESY

In Summary

  • Ezzy Lang'at, 32, and her baby were visiting her boyfriend, only identified as Eric, in Kisii town. 

  • They reportedly spent a night at Eric's house, but disappeared mysteriously thereafter.

It started as one of the routine visits by a mother and her daughter to the father's baby. But one month after the last visit, the mother and the baby cannot be traced.

On October 24, 2022, 32-year-old Ezzy Lang'at left her place of work in Oyugis, Homa Bay County, with her one-and-a-half-year-old daughter.

She was visiting her baby daddy, only identified as Eric, in Kisii town. They reportedly spent a night at Eric's house, but disappeared mysteriously thereafter.

Ezzy Lang'at and her daughter went missing on October 25, 2022, after visiting the baby's father in Kisii Town. PHOTO | COURTESY

According to Dorine Lang'at, the missing woman's sister, the family in Nandi tried reaching out to Ezzy but to no avail. 

“When we could not reach her, we called Eric’s mother and she confirmed to us that they had spent the night at her place. She then told us that the son had accompanied them to Kisii town the following morning to board a vehicle back to Oyugis, but since then, we have not heard about them,” Dorine told Nation.Africa.

Social media accounts de-activated

The distraught family was further alarmed after Ezzy's social media accounts were deactivated, a development that forced them to make a report at Oyugis Police Station.

At first, police traced her phone to an estate in Nubia area, within Kisii town. However, the phone has since been switched off.

The family is now 

“We do not know what we can do and we pray to God that we find them. We make an appeal to anyone who might have seen them to kindly report to any police station,” Dorine adds.

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