The family of missing Kenyan musician Czars is now pleading with President Uhuru Kenyatta to help them in finding their son who went missing 10 years ago.
Czars’ father, Mr Abdulkarim Makasi, sent a plea to President Kenyatta noting that efforts to trace his son, who mysteriously disappeared, had not borne fruit.
“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,” Makasi was quoted by eDaily.
Czars, whose real name is Abdulkarim Mohammed, was famed for his hit song Amka Ukatikebefore he vanished without a trace at the peak of his career in 2006.
Prior to his disappearance, he won the Chaguo la Teeniez and Fanta Pure Fresh Oxygen Talent Search awards becoming a role model to many young people.
The then-popular artiste was a Form Four candidate at Kilindini Secondary School and was about to sit his KCSE exams before he mysteriously disappeared never to be seen again.
A social media account bearing his name, recently indicated that the singer could be dropping a new hit song dubbed Tangu. It was not clear whether the account was his or a parody.